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    国产好车

    国产好车

    The 22 x 65 foot painting that no one can miss when driving down Clearview Avenue. Painted by Adam Socie, it was completed in January of 2019.

    The 22 x 65 foot painting that no one can miss when driving down Clearview Avenue. Painted by Adam Socie, it was completed in January of 2019.

    Robert Avery

    Friendswood ISD Superintendent Thad Roher formally welcomed the 2020-21 school year on Aug. 31 with 6,121 students. Of that number, 1,548 have elected for distance learning. That places 4,573 students who have opted for the brick-and-mortar version of their education.

    For those that returned to the classrooms, the district has worked to keep the safety changes from overwhelming one and all. By staggering the return of brick-and-mortar students Sept. 1 and 2, it gave both students and staff time to soak in the new health protocols and the different look to the various classrooms.

    Remember that the athletic department will continue to reimburse those who bought season tickets for the Mustangs’ football season. Due to the COVID-19 concerns, the school district is not permitting season tickets this season.

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    It’s kind of amazing what one will find when you get off the beaten path and travel down the city’s side streets. First, we came upon a time capsule on Spreading Oaks Avenue that dates to July 4, 1976, the year of America’s Bicentennial, and now we have a delightful work of art that many see as they drive around town.

    There’s a 22-by-65-foot painting on the far side of Hometown Center, facing Clearview Avenue, that depicts a Texas scene. Painted by local artist Adam Socie and designed by another local artist in Sara Peters, the project was completed in January 2019.

    On a plaque in the corner of the painting, it reads that the work is a “Tribute to the support of the Friendswood community during and after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in 2017.”

    Applause for the Friends of Downtown Friendswood Association along with the Friendswood Fine Arts who commissioned the project. The painting is an eye-catcher and more than that it brings vibrant colors to that particular street.

    ravery@hcnonline.com