The students of Cedar Christian School held an art contest in the Cedartown Library Wednesday, Nov. 14. From left to right are pre-k students Talitha Hunger and Shiloh Suarez; first through fourth-grade division winners: Maya Seeley, third place, Joela Hunter, first place and Alyssa Seela, second place and fifth through eighth-grade division winners: Melite Hunger, first place, Veronika Seely, second place and Presia Seela, third place. (Jake Carter/thepolkfishwrap.com)
The students of Cedar Christian School held an art contest in the Cedartown Library Wednesday afternoon.
Students' "Life in the Ocean" themed creations ranged from mirrors to cakes to a transformed aquarium that gave the illusion of escaping fish.
The artwork was judged by local artist Julia Knight, Cedartown Police Capt. Henry Runyon and Angela Campbell, the Cedartown librarian.
Students received prizes and gift certificates from local sponsors including Home Depot, Top This, El Nopal, Casey's Foods, Dragons 4 All, Lolleeposh Boutique and CVS Pharmacy.
The artwork is currently on display in the meeting room of the Cedartown Library.