The PHS art department is painting concrete rams again this year to help pay for some of the art supplies. This will be the fourth time the art students paint the rams. Local businesses such as Walmart and Wendy’s have these special rams sitting at the entrance for all to see when they walk in.
“The challenge of painting what the person wants onto the ram is difficult because of how the ram is made,” said sophomore Madison Robertson.
This year, the program will be painting 18 rams, each costing $100 for the customer. One ram is for Tom Willett of Hoosier Hardware in Paoli. Sophomore Parker Sullivan will be painting it purple and gold.
“I like that these rams will be in the community for people to see what students at PHS are doing, and it supports the rams,” said Sullivan.
Story by Kinley Block