Scotland County Students Place Well In Art Competition
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March 28, 2002



Scotland County High School art students participated in H-LG's 13th annual high school art competition. The awards ceremony was Tuesday, March 19. Row 1, L to R: Rebecca Miller, Sara Norton, Faith Woods, Jennifer Crawford, Angie Trueblood, Kim Bair. Row 2, L to R: Anna Dochterman, Michele Billings, art teacher Donna Billington, Jessica Spray, Samantha Fogle, Jennifer Rule, Chase Moore. Row 3, L to R: Phillip Parker, Lance Smith, Amanda Fountain.


Scotland County Students Place Well In Art Competition


Several Scotland County R-I High School students placed well in Hannibal-LaGrange College's 13th Annual High School Art Competition March 18-22. The awards ceremony was held Tuesday, March 19, at 1:00 p.m. at HLG's Mabee Sports Complex.

Area high school juniors and seniors within a 60 mile radius of the college campus participated, including the following schools: Monroe City High School, Hannibal High School, Scotland County High School, Highland High School and Mark Twain High School, all located in Missouri. The Illinois schools participating included Quincy High School, Quincy Notre Dame High School and Warsaw High School.

There were 174 total entries in the competition. Fifty-one winners were recognized. Scotland County High School's art teacher is Donna Billington.

Chase Moore of Scotland County won the Best in Drawing award. He received $25 cash and a $2,000 art scholarship to HLG.

Other winners from Scotland County include the following:

Graphite/Charcoal

3rd Place: Jennifer Crawford

Pastel

1st Place: Sheena Barton

Colored Pencil

3rd Place: Chase Moore

Honorable Mention: Jennifer Crawford

Oil Painting

2nd Place: Sheena Barton

Honorable Mention: Jennifer Crawford

Acrylic Painting

2nd Place: Kim Bair

3rd Place: Rebecca Miller

Mixed Media

1st Place: Angela Trueblood

2nd Place: Faith Woods

Honorable Mention: John Grogan

Sculpture

3rd Place: Rebecca Miller


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