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Plum students win art awards

Reflections Gala hosted to showcase talent

Posted: December 29, 2008 8:03 p.m.
Updated: December 30, 2008 4:30 a.m.

Members of the community judged the works and announced the competition winners in each category at the Nov. 3 flag ceremony. Winners displayed their works at the gala.

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Plum Canyon Elementary School hosted its annual PTA-sponsored Reflections Gala on Nov. 17, which showcased the artistic works of more than 85 students. Students submitted their works in one of six categories: literature, musical composition, photography, visual art, dance choreography and film production.

Kindergarten though second-grade students competed in the primary division. Third- through fifth-graders competed in the intermediate division. Sixth- through eighth-graders competed in the junior division.

Members of the community judged the works and announced the competition winners in each category at the Nov. 3 flag ceremony. Winners displayed their works at the gala.

"It's a national program to promote art in the schools," said Reflections Gala Chairwoman Gina Woltman.
Teak Balena won first place in the photography primary division for his work entitled "Silly Eyes."

Connor Merrick won first place for photography in the intermediate division for his work titled "Eyes of a Lion".

Cadence Dion won first place in the visual arts primary division for her work titled "Nature is Beautiful."

Matthew McIlrath won first place in the visual arts intermediate division for his untitled work.

Ian Dwyer won first place in the visual arts junior division for his work titled "Imagine What Four Boys Can Do."

Clarissa Ellwein won first place in the literature primary division for her work titled "Wow Facts!"

Angelina Sutton won first place in the literature intermediate division for her work titled "Dragorna and the Magnificent Ruby Scale."

Steven Gudino won first place in the musical composition intermediate division for his work titled "The Eagle's Flight".

Noah Ahlers won first place in the dance choreography intermediate division for his work titled "Poppin' Robots."

First-place winners will advance to the district level where they will compete with first-place winners from other schools.

Winners at the district level will have the opportunity to compete at the state and national levels.

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