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April 15, 2014

Shelby County Art Show Results 2014

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Advanced Adult Amateur

Barbara Brummer, Mattoon—5 blue. Don A. Davis, Mt. Zion—2 blue, 3 red. Karen Cherry, Tower Hill—3 blue, red, 2 white. Maggie Garner, Shelbyville—2 blue, 3 red. David McClain, Shelbyville—blue, red, white. Carole Stretch, Shelbyville—red, white. Daren Summer, Findlay—blue, red, white. Miriam T. Tait, Shelbyville—2 white.

Kopy Kat Korner

Joe Cresswell, Shelbyville—blue. Valerie Gaddis, Shelbyville—2 blue. Philip Manhart, Stewardson—2 blue. Paul Smith, Shelbyville—blue, white.

Professional Adult

Ron Bartanen, Sullivan—4 blue, 2 red. Shirley Buescher, Pana—blue, red, 2 white. Barbara Dove, Decatur—2 blue, red, 2 white. Jan Kappes, Arcola—6 blue. Carol Kessler, Shelbyville—6 blue, red. Dan Modzelewski, Shelbyville—3 blue, 2 red. Jamie Rutherford, Shelbyville—blue. Anthony Treadway, Shelbyville—5 blue, red. Jan VonBokel, Effingham—2 blue, 2 white. Jeremy D. Williams, Shelbyville—4 blue, 2 red.

Shelby County Community Service

Blue ribbons awarded to: Janet W. Karissa S. Danny R. Betsy M. Amber E. Dan B. Brian W. Eric C. Heather M. John S. Candice R. Ellen M. Marie F. Brett K. Jaclyn D. Marilyn C. Tracey W. Jodie S. Debra P. Willie P. Jared L. Donna D. John M. Ray W. Mark S.

Junior Exhibitors

Central A&M Gregory Intermediate:

3rd Grade—Matthew Christian, blue. Tiffany Esparza, white. Bailey McDermith, red. Madison McKinney red. Damien Miller, red. Jade Partner, white. Tommy Taylor, blue. Cheyenne Tulak, white.

4th Grade—Riley Adrian, red. Sydney Allen, red. Tamra Bush, red. Peyten Daniels, red. Olivia Houchins, blue. Mckayla Lawrence, blue. Morgan Malone, red. Zaylon Mandeville, white. Delaney Nation, blue. Maycen Schultz, white. Kylie VonSchnase, blue.

5th Grade—Caitlin Craft, red. Alexis Cutler, blue. Jacob Daniels, white. Valerie Golden, red. Chloe Jones, blue. Christina Myers, white. Alana Simms, red. Alesia Smegal, blue. Madison Warnick, white.

Central A&MMiddle School

8th Grade—Laura Beckett, red. Alalna Burgener, blue and white. Brandon Davis, blue. Patton Elliott, blue. Baylee Gaither, white. Brittany Harris, red. Tori Helm, red. Tyler Horton, blue. Hailey Hunter, blue and red. Marli McLeod, red. Ried Morrell, white. Wyatt Musick, red. Kaley Nidiffer, blue. Taryn Sams, red. Makenzie Smallwood, white. Selena Talley, blue. Madison Walker, blue. Ashley Webb, red. Brett Zindel, blue.

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