Eastern Kentucky students win statewide poster contest
Several Kentucky students won the 2019 Public Service Recognition Week poster contest. Three of them were from right here in the mountains.
Cooper James Bradley from Jackson Independent Schools, Lindsey Styer from Wrigley Elementary in West Liberty and Mahayla Mounce from Meese Middle School in Somerset took home honors.
First place winners were awarded $50.00 and a metal printing of their artwork. Second and third place winners were awarded a wooden plaque of their art. Second place also won $25.00. Third place won $10.00.
Here is a full list of all of the winners:
Maya Muñoz - Southwest Calloway Elementary School, Murray, KY
Cooper James Bradley - Jackson Independent School, Jackson, KY
Lindsey Rae Styer - Wrigley Elementary School, West Liberty, KY
Mahayla Mounce - Meese Middle School, Somerset, KY
David Johnson - Sinking Fork Elementary School, Hopkinsville, KY
Kayln Capps - Southwest Calloway Elementary School, Murray, KY
Brooklyn McAlister - West Jessamine Middle School, Nicholasville, KY
Cheyenne Aaron - Monroe County High School, Tompkinsville, KY
Katie Ostroske - West Jessamine Middle School, Nicholasville, KY
You can see all of the artwork submitted for the contest