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City Announces 9 Winners in MLK Art Contest

Students will be recognized for their art at the Bowie City Council meeting on Feb. 21.

Nine students created the winning entries in the , sponsored by the city of Bowie's Diversity Committee. The students will be recognized at the Bowie City Council meeting at 8 p.m. on Feb. 21.

According to a release from the city, around 500 contest entries were received from local students and finalists were selected in January to be honored at the city's .

The artwork can be viewed at this link: http://www.cityofbowie.org/mlk_show.pdf

In the coloring category for kindergartners through second-graders, winners include:

First place and prize of $100

  • Kaelen Okenwa,

Second place (tie) and prize of $50

  • Abilene Spencer, Heather Hills Elementary School
  • Annie Walls,

Third place (tie) and prize of $25

  • Cai Smith, Grace Christian School
  • Dorian Grubb,

In the poster category for third- through fifth-graders, winners include:

First place and prize of $100

  • Shannon McLaughlin,

Second place and prize of $50

  • Amelia Evans,

Third place and prize of $25

  • Jaylen Fox,

In the photography category for sixth- through 12th-graders, the winner is:

First place and prize of $100

  • Shania Haley,  
VWheeler February 11, 2012 at 12:34 PM
Excited that one of my art students from Cornerstone Christian Academy made it to the winner's circle. Congrats, Dorian!

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