Bright student’s art turns into billboard


Bright Elementary School student Meghan Thompson’s winning billboard design on recycling and littler prevention is on display at the intersection of SR 28 and SR 138 just east of Greenfield. The creative billboard design contest was conducted under the auspices of the four-county Ross, Pickaway, Highland, Fayette Solid Waste District, in conjunction with the observance of Earth Day on April 22.

Bright Elementary School student Meghan Thompson’s winning billboard design on recycling and littler prevention is on display at the intersection of SR 28 and SR 138 just east of Greenfield. The creative billboard design contest was conducted under the auspices of the four-county Ross, Pickaway, Highland, Fayette Solid Waste District, in conjunction with the observance of Earth Day on April 22.


McKenzie Caldwell | The Times-Gazette

Bright Elementary School student Meghan Thompson’s winning billboard design on recycling and littler prevention is on display at the intersection of SR 28 and SR 138 just east of Greenfield. The creative billboard design contest was conducted under the auspices of the four-county Ross, Pickaway, Highland, Fayette Solid Waste District, in conjunction with the observance of Earth Day on April 22.

Bright Elementary School student Meghan Thompson’s winning billboard design on recycling and littler prevention is on display at the intersection of SR 28 and SR 138 just east of Greenfield. The creative billboard design contest was conducted under the auspices of the four-county Ross, Pickaway, Highland, Fayette Solid Waste District, in conjunction with the observance of Earth Day on April 22.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/04/web1_billboard.jpgBright Elementary School student Meghan Thompson’s winning billboard design on recycling and littler prevention is on display at the intersection of SR 28 and SR 138 just east of Greenfield. The creative billboard design contest was conducted under the auspices of the four-county Ross, Pickaway, Highland, Fayette Solid Waste District, in conjunction with the observance of Earth Day on April 22. McKenzie Caldwell | The Times-Gazette