Oct. 20 -- SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP -- Students at Lakeside High School have, for the third year in a row, taken top spots at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Art Competition.
Students Mo Lebron and Jordan Isenburg both entered "coffee art" pieces which are now hanging in Hopkins, along with Alex D'Andrea whose photography won him a top spot.
With hundreds of entries, this year's art competition had only 20 open spots. Lakeside High School garnered three of them.
"The talent of my students continues to amaze me," art teacher Rhoda Wilson said. "Lakeside High School boasts some of the top talent in the county."
Lakeside student art is also available for the community to enjoy at the Key Bank building on Main Avenue. Toni Carlisle hung the art at the first-floor parking lot entrance and at the second-floor city office hallway.
"They add much life to the otherwise bare walls," said Nik Tressler, also a LHS art teacher, who was instrumental in Lakeside art being hung at the Key Bank building. "City employees are thrilled."
The public is invited to stop by and visit.
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