GLTHS Floats Another Winner
LOWELL -- Continuing with the annual holiday tradition, Greater Lowell Technical High School students built an amazing holiday float and participated in this year’s 30th annual City of Lights Holiday Parade through downtown Lowell.
In anticipation of thousands of spectators lining the streets to kick off the holiday season, the talented and hard-working students from the Carpentry, Painting and Design, Electrical, Plumbing and Graphics programs worked collaboratively to design and create a stunning “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”-themed, brightly lit float.
“It took a lot of combined creativity and hard work between our technical shops to put such a big project together, said Marcelino Lamarche of Lowell, a senior in Carpentry. “We had a lot of fun and learned how to work with other trades at the same time.”
To cap off the merry evening, the brilliant float received the Best of Parade Mayor’s Award.