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WCHS Art Students participate in Women’s Club 9th District Art Contest

(T-B L-R) Jeanne Tate, Jacob Hill, Art Teacher Tim Withers, Andrea Huffer, Rylee Keith, Cainen Rice

    Several Wayne County High School Art students entered the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Kentucky annual art contest thanks to the Monticello Women's Club sponsorship.
    Four local students’ artworks were displayed and enjoyed at the recent monthly Monticello Women’s Club meeting, after competing amongst participants in 16 counties in the Student Arts, Crafts, and Photography Contest. Wayne County’s two first-place winners will advance to the state competition.
    WCHS Junior Rylee Keith received a first-place award for a needlework project and a first place in the basket-weaving category. She also received third place in the pottery/ceramic category. WCHS Junior Andrea Huffer won a first-place award in computer design. WCHS Senior Cainen Rice placed second in the pottery/ceramics category. Junior Jacob Hill participated in the competition with his acrylic painting.
    “We certainly appreciate Ms. Jeanne Tate’s coordination of this event that benefits our students, as well as her artistic mentorship of them,” said Wayne County High School Art Teacher Tim Withers. 

 

(T-B L-R) Local Women's Club Art Contest Coordinator Jeanne Tate, Jacob Hill, Art Teacher Tim Withers, Andrea Huffer, Rylee Keith, Cainen Rice

Andrea Huffer won a first-place award in computer design

Cainen Rice placed second in the pottery/ceramics category

Rylee Keith received a first-place award for a needlework project, a first place in the basket-weaving category, and received third place in the pottery/ceramic category

Jacob Hill participated in the competition with his acrylic painting





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