Student art wins

Gentry student wins state competition with patriotic painting

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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Lynn Garside, left, art teacher at Gentry High School, received an award from Dixie Grimes, president of the local V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, for her contributions as a teacher to the patriotic art contests held each year.

Lynn Garside, left, art teacher at Gentry High School, received an award from Dixie Grimes, president of the local V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, for her contributions as a teacher to the patriotic art contests held each year.
Photo by Randy Moll

Anthony Gil, of Gentry, was awarded a $250 check last week for winning the V.F.W. Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest at the state level with a painting he entered in the local contest last March.


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Community News, Pages 3 on 10/26/2011

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