Blessings Clothesline

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Photo by Nayun (Jane) Kim ’20

The Community Service Club invited students, staff, and faculty to take part in a school-wide thankfulness project. In lieu of creating their annual “attitude of gratitude” bulletin board in the school’s hallway, the Community Service Club — in consultation and collaboration with the art department faculty — hung a “blessings clothesline” across the pillars of the school terrace. Each member of the SBS community was asked to write a message about something they were grateful for or a wish or prayer for the future on a colorful square cloth, which was hung by clothespins on a line.

This idea sprung from a similar outdoor “blessing” flag installation strung from birch trees along a river path at Smith College. Karen Suchenski, Community Service Coordinator, said, “We hope to create a campus with an attitude of gratitude, as well as an outdoor location for folks to enjoy reading each other’s hopes!” Many thanks to all who participated and blessings to all.

2016-11-16T14:07:53+00:00November 16th, 2016|News|