Thursday, September 23, 2010
Budding artists place in contest
Once again this year the Hummingbird Migration Celebration art contest drew a large number of entries (over 100) as Marshall County and other students continue to show an interest in art.
The winners this year are as follows:
6- to 8-Year-Old Category
Tamaya Street, first place - 8-year-old, Byhalia;
Neely Campbell, second place - 8-year-old, Potts Camp;
Grace Smith, third place - 6-year-old, Red Banks.
9- to 11-Year-Old Category
Andrew Robinson, first place - 11-year-old, Collierville, Tenn.;
Madison Newman, second place - 9-year-old, Waterford;
Gabe Edwards, third place - 11-year-old, Water Valley.
12- to 15-Year-Old Category
Evie Gill, first place - 13-year-old, Red Banks;
Angela Nehring, second place, 12-year-old, Red Banks;
Leroy Lewis, third place - 12-year-old, Byhalia.
First-place winners received a set of kid’s binoculars from Eagle Optics, a stuffed hummingbird toy and a 2010 Hummingbird Migration Celebration T-shirt. Second place winners received a T-shirt and stuffed hummingbird toy. Third place winners were given the stuffed toy.
Thanks go to Eagle Optics, the Marshall County Library, Marty Birmingham with FedEx, Andy Burleson and the contest judges Steve Elgin, Harriet Cochran and Suzanne Langley.
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