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By Brian Soergel
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Area students remember those lost to COVID-19

Scriber Lake leadership and science students collaborate on ribbon-tying project


Last updated 6/11/2021 at 3:53pm

Brian Soergel

Pictured at Scriber Lake High School's ribbon project, from left: Gio Hinckley, James Ryder, Tyrell Burke, Kelsie Beede, and Alyssa Farias.

James Ryder of Scriber Lake High School's leadership class had extra incentive for a project representing and commemorating those who have died from COVID-19. He lost his great aunt, Barb, to the infectious disease.

Ryder joined classmates to tie ribbons on a fence in the school's first parking lot up the hill to the campus.

"The Leadership Class wanted to do something to mark this past year of loss," said Sammy Marr, Scriber Lake English and leadership teacher. "We thought of this visual representation – one ribbon per lost life. An added benefit is the spiritual aspect while we are actu...

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