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MLK Essay, Visual Arts Contest Winners

Winners of the MLK Essay Contest Winners of the MLK Visual Arts Contest

 

 

 

The winners of the Martin Luther King Jr. Essay and Visual Arts Contest were announced at the annual Hopkins County MLK Celebration Jan. 18 at Byrnes Auditorium in Madisonville. The overall winner of the Essay Contest was Zoe Long of South Hopkins Middle School. Winner of Best in Show for the Visual Arts Contest was Lucy Short of Browning Springs Middle School.

Category winners are as follows:

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest Winners

Kindergarten-1st

  1. Jaxon Pollard, Pride Elementary
  2. Jessica Neal, West Hopkins
  3. Aiden Barber, Southside Elementary

2nd-3rd

  1. Clara Buchanan, Pride Elementary
  2. Jaela Bottoms, Pride Elementary
  3. John Bowley, Earlington Elementary

4th-5th

  1. Mashyla McAdoo, Jesse Stuart Elementary
  2. Olivia Russell, Jesse Stuart Elementary
  3. Tanner Lutterman, Pride Elementary, and Nevaeh Duvall, Earlington Elementary

Middle School

  1. Mallory Wagoner, South Hopkins Middle
  2. Gwen Holley, Browning Springs Middle
  3. Seth Hartline, Browning Springs Middle

High School

  1. Isaiah Hardesty, Madisonville North Hopkins
  2. Alexa Muirhead, Madisonville North Hopkins
  3. Zoe Davis, Madisonville North Hopkins

Overall Winner

Zoe Long, South Hopkins Middle

Martin Luther King Jr. Visual Arts Contest Winners

Kindergarten-1st Grade:

  1. Cole Crick, Earlington Elementary
  2. Zophia Lee, Jesse Stuart Elementary
  3. Caleb Smith, West Hopkins School 

2nd-3rd Grade:

  1. Eric Clark, Hanson
  2. JoLaiah Kimbrew, Earlington Elementary
  3. Emerson Howard, Jesse Stuart Elementary

4th-5th Grade:

  1. Isabel Plascencia, Pride
  2. Patience Dishmon, Pride
  3. Gauge Clark, Hanson

6th-8th Grade Division:

  1. Grace Harris, Browning Springs Middle
  2. Rose Marie Bernal, Browning Springs Middle
  3. Harlee Evans, West Hopkins School

BEST IN SHOW:

Lucy Short, Browning Springs Middle

* There were no high school participants in the MLK Art Contest.