Hunter Weeks Wins 1st Place at Congressional Art Competition

On February 19, the winners of the 2020 Congressional High School Art Competition were announced at a reception in Deerwood.  All 17 of our pieces entered, were chosen to be on display at this reception. This was only the 2nd time Providence entered this prestigious competition. Represented at the event were 74 pieces of art from 62 students, representing 9 schools. Providence had three people in the top seven finalists!  Please congratulate Hunter Weeks for earning first place! He and his family will be flown to Washington DC for a reception and his drawing will be displayed at the Capitol Building for a year. Also congratulate, Victoria Burdick and Emma Richmond, who received Honorable Mentions.  Congratulations to all of our outstanding students on their great work and to their incredible teacher, Ms. Cathy Dixon!

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