Beulah students have artwork showcased on National Christmas Tree

BEULAH, N.D. - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Have you put up your tree yet? Some of the students at Beulah High had an awesome opportunity this year.

Photo courtesy: Cameron Brown

Cameron Brown, an art teacher at Beulah High School, was told to select a few of his students to decorate globes for the National Christmas Tree in Washington D.C., and these students were excited to showcase their work.

Brown wanted students to focus on North Dakota during the winter time, and show their favorite aspects of this time of the year.

Some students chose animals, some chose scenery. With a little acrylic paint and a lot of holiday cheer, they shipped their completed globes to the nation’s capitol.

“We are just trying to just show those people in D.C., and whoever comes to see those globes, a little bit of what North Dakota is like,” said Brown.

The Beulah High globes went up on the Christmas tree Wedneesday, just in time for the lighting ceremony, hosted by President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.