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Kiwanis Art Contest

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Two “Schools of Distinction” in middle and high school categories were honored in this year’s Kiwanis Art Contest sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County.  Recognition awards were presented at the 2012 Art Luncheon honoring award recipients that was held at Merry Acres Conference Center on Monday, May 14. The middle school School of Distinction was Albany Middle School, represented (in random order) by art teacher James Middleton and students Jordan Jones, Albert Mumphrey, Richard Haines, and Dareck Garner.

 

 

Named as high school “School of Distinction” was Westover High School; accepting that honor were art instructor Barbi Fisher and students Brittany Mitchell, Aniessa Fudge, Angelise Anderson, Abigale Barlow, Hannah Harper, Katie Brown, and Diana Raulerson. The schools earned the distinction honors due to the numbers of their art students who earned place finishes in the annual competition.

 

 

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