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More than 100 works by students on display

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Pictured are some of the winners inthe Whitewater Valley Arts Association Elementary Art Competitionwho came to the display’s opening reception. Presenting awards were, in back left, Mayor Harold Gordon, WVAA President Sharon McQueen and WVAA member Hector Perez. Other winners in the competition were not available for the photo.
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Sydney Lainhart, a third grader at Grandview Elementary, points out her piece of artwork to her mother, Amber Lainhart, Friday night at the opening reception at the Whitewater Valley Arts Association.

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A full house jammed the Whitewater Valley Arts Association gallery Friday for the opening of an art show featuring more than 100 works by Fayette County elementary school students.

Of those works, more than 30 have been selected to be made into vinyl banners that will be displayed on downtown streetlights.

This is the fourth year for the elementary art show and the second year that some works have been chosen for banners. Mayor Harold Gordon suggested the idea of the banners, having seen a similar display in the city of Wabash, where his granddaughter’s had been displayed.

All the work will be displayed for the rest of this month at the WVAA gallery, 402 Central Ave.

Art chosen for the street banners is listed.

Kindergarten: Liam Legear and William Russell, both from Fayette Central.

First grade: Lauren Henry and Brooke Padgett, both Fayette Central; Damien Owens, Grandview; Lily Frank, St. Gabriel.

Second grade: Nova Coffey and Rylee Woodward, both Fayette Central; Addyson Storms, Grandview; and Lincoln Shafer, Fayette Central.

Third grade: Addie Daniels, Fayette Central; Ariel Meredith, Grandview; Beighly Rose, Fayette Central; and Autumn Logan, Eastview.

Fourth grade: Emma Biehl and Willie Pfeiffer, both St. Gabriel; Alaina Daniels, Fayette Central; Olivia Becker, Aydan Siebers and Brianna Adkins, all Eastview; Dylan Hudson, Fayette Central; and Arthur Struewing and Ellie Bishoff, both St. Gabriel.

Fifth grade: Audi Reece, Fayette Central; Abigail Colonge and Alyssa Barrett, both Grandview; and Levi Marszalek, St. Gabriel.

Sixth grade: Audri Turley, St. Gabriel; Addison Phillips, Olivia Struewing, Amelia Evans and Ashley Sargent, all Fayette Central; Charlotte Lathan, St. Gabriel; and Riely Moore, Maplewood.