Puget Sound Skills Center Students install new sculpture at Community Center

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On Thursday morning (May 23), students from Burien’s Puget Sound Skills Center installed a brand new, original metallic sculpture – that they created – in the atrium of the Burien Community Center.

The sculpture was made by students at the school’s welding program.

“We have been partnering with Dale and his students at the Puget Sound Skills Center welding program since 2009,” said Gina Kallman, Cultural Arts Supervisor for Burien Parks. “The lighthouse fountain that was installed in 2010 was removed and taken back to PSSC to be installed there. The new fountain is made of stacked stainless steel ‘rocks’ with metal fish placed in the pool.”

Here are some pics courtesy Burien Parks:


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4 Responses to “Puget Sound Skills Center Students install new sculpture at Community Center”
  1. ATKMH says:

    It looks amazing, but I will miss the lighthouse….

  2. ATKMH says:

    Ok, this more than makes up for the lighthouse. It’s bright and looks wonderful. Thank you.

  3. sallie tierney says:

    First class job! Beautifully done and an asset to the garden.

  4. Lee Moyer says:

    PSSC is a great community asset. They also did the eagle and shark sculptures at the New Start High School music station and they helped with making the drums and chimes.

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