CABELL COUNTY, WV (LOOTPRESS) – The Cabell County Reading Council hosted their annual Young Illustrator’s Contest in which students in grades K-12 are challenged to create art inspired by their favorite book.
The winning pieces will be displayed at the Huntington Museum of Art for families and museum patrons to enjoy.
“We’re grateful to the CCRC for not only inspiring these artists, but doing so in a way that fosters a love of reading as well. We’d also like to extend our gratitude to the Huntington Museum of Art for hosting an exhibit featuring our student artists,” stated Cabell County Schools.
This year’s winners include:
Kindergarten: Ariana Crigger in Charity Baker’s class at Meadows Elementary
First Grade: Zariah Daniels in Charity Baker’s class at Guyandotte Elementary
Second Grade: Liam Hager in Charity Baker’s class at Meadows Elementary
Third Grade: Sadie Chapman in Madison Nottingham’s class at Salt Rock Elementary
Fourth Grade: Scarlett Neace in Madison
Nottingham’s class at Salt Rock Elementary
Fifth Grade: Anvi Mallick in Amy Thompson’s class at Village of Barboursville Elementary
Sixth Grade: Emma Becker in Amie Aya-ay’s class at Our Lady of Fatima
Seventh Grade: Linleigh Hoffman in Jessica Minnix’s class at Barboursville Middle School
Eighth Grade: Emily Berry in Jessica Minnix’s class at Barboursville Middle School
Ninth Grade: Jillene Nixon from CCCTC
Tenth Grade: Elizabeth Kinghorn in Jennifer
Stephens’ class at Cabell Midland High School
Eleventh Grade: Diane Gray in Mr. Alouf’s class at Huntington High School
Twelfth Grade: Annalisa M. Garcia in Mr. Alouf’s class at Huntington High School