PAINESVILLE, Ohio — The last thing you might think about in the middle of May is snow. However, the art students at Riverside High School in Painesville have applied their talents to a canvas that will be best appreciated in the winter.
On Friday, the students spent the day painting designs on the Painesville Township snow plows. However, you won't have to wait until the snowflakes fall to see their incredible artwork.
Throughout the summer, Painesville Township will showcase the plows and their painted designs at community events, parades, and festivals. Then, the plows will wait until the winter comes before springing into action with their new looks.
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