HEBRON ESTATES - An art assignment from Hebron Middle School teacher Brenda Hutchison was formed into an attention-getting sculpture of an iconic world famous tourist attraction by eighth grade student Jacob Johnson.
Using wire coat hangers encased in plastic, he created a replica of the Eiffel Tower.
“It took about a week and a half to build,” Jacob said of the tower which includes decks made of Styrofoam spray painted gold. The project is anchored to a piece of cut plywood covered in green artificial turf and weighs approximately 10 pounds.
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