By Andi Bourne

Students hand-build AAI youth scholarship fund


August 11, 2022

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

The Seeley-Swan High School Industrial Arts Class and Alpine Artisans poses with their hand-made pottery bowls that will be sold at the Loon and Fish Festival next weekend. Pictured (L-R): Connor Matthew, SSHS Art Teacher Thomas Boelman, Potter Carrie Darrah, Klayton Kovatch, Kaden Thornsberry, Kase Anderson, AAI Artist Kris Gullikson, Owen Hoag and Aaron Jungers.

SEELEY LAKE – The last week of school, six Seeley-Swan High School industrial art students gathered around the back of Carrie Darrah's vehicle after being treated to lunch. Their faces lit up as Darrah carefully handed them their finished pottery bowls that would be sold filled with huckleberry ice cream at the Alpine Artisans, Inc.'s Loon and Fish Festival Aug. 19 and Aug. 20.

"The look on their faces was the best for me – they were all excited, talking to each other... That was the most excited I've seen those guys since we started this," Darrah said. "I told them 'You did that! It i...

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