Hartsfield-Jackson News
Feature Article
Business Info I
Business Info II
Business Info III
Passenger Info I
Passenger Info II
HJN Briefs
HJN Links
»Home
»Previous Issues
»Contact Us

: PASSENGER INFO I:

Elementary studentsí art installed
By Katena Carvajales

The students of Hope Hill Elementary School recently unveiled their contributions to the Atlanta Military Gateway Youth Art Program, a rotating exhibit of students’ framed artworks that bear messages of hope, freedom, gratitude and welcome.

“Hartsfield-Jackson is very proud of its youth art program,” said Aviation General Manager Louis Miller. “The Atlanta Military Gateway Youth Art Program not only gives students a global platform to showcase their work — which is truly spectacular — but also expresses our appreciation to all active and retired military personnel who pass through the world’s busiest airport.”

Miller, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall and members of the Atlanta Rotary Club and Atlanta Personnel Assistance Point were on hand during the unveiling.

Every four months, art from a different metro Atlanta school will be featured in the exhibit.

Young artists from Hope Hill Elementary School pose with Aviation General Manager Louis Miller, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall and others in front of their artwork at the Atlanta Personnel Assistance Point.

Young artists from Hope Hill Elementary School pose with Aviation General Manager Louis Miller, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall and others in front of their artwork at the Atlanta Personnel Assistance Point.


© 2012 Hartsfield-Jackson News. A Publication from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. All rights reserved.

     more news