The Artistic Talents of SCC Students

Scott Community College’s welding and automotive students created an eight foot sunflower sculpture that stands tall on Faye’s Field at the Bettendorf  Learning Campus. The sculpture was dedicated during an October 1 ceremony by our Dean of Students and member of the Bettendorf City Council Lisa Brown. “The students and instructors did a tremendous job,” said Lisa. “I have received many comments from people. They’re really beautiful pieces.” Faye’s Field is named in memory of Faye Clow who served as library director of the Bettendorf Public Library for over thirty years.

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