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2nd Annual Community Day

West Point Middle and high students shine during Community Day

West Point High School senior Marshall Gill recently got to show off the hard work he’s put in on his art project.

Students showing artwork

Gill made a large Japanese-inspired sword out of papier-mâché, which is taller than him — and took him two months to make.

As a senior, Gill said he’s going to miss art class and community-based school events, such as West Point Community Day.

West Point residents and parents were invited to be a part of an average day at West Point middle and high school at the second annual West Point Community Day Friday.

Read the full article in the Tidewater Review. 

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