"We probably know how to connect with teenagers and all the technology," Henry says.
While Isaac Bayer, a MCHS sophomore, says his strategy is to show the beauty of the lake. He considers himself more of a technology guy, saying "I do the camera and the computer."
It's a real-world-solution project for the class, and one Kentucky Lake Marketing Director Elena Blevins says is mutually beneficial for both students and the tourism board. She says it's the students' creative genius, and hopes to bring their ideas to folks in the area. "We hope these projects will disperse themselves throughout the community," Blevins says.
The students will present their projects to the tourism board on May 8. The board hopes to use the strongest ideas from each project.
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