Milton, Del. - Students at Eagles Nest Christian School got quite the surprise!
The Home Depot, in Lewes, helped 60 eighth graders make long boards for their art class. The art program had made long boards for years, but due to budget cuts, it was no longer possible.
So, the Home Depot decided to pitch in and help the students out. The home improvement store supplied the students with unpainted long boards already cut. They also gave the students paint and paint brushes. Even, some of the employees pitched in to help.
At the end of the day, the students along with their art teacher, Robyn Stanton, were able to complete one of their favorite art projects.