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On Monday, May 13 junior and senior art students from North Lamar, Paris, Chisum, and Prairiland participated in an art and photo competition and reception at Plaza Art Gallery.
North Lamar winners in the mixed media class are Rynn Hamilton - first place, Katie Harper - second place, and Melissa Williams - third place. Colton Chumbley placed first in graphic design and Cierra Williams placed second in printmaking.
Winners of the photography category are Daniel Cover - first place, TJ Livingston – taking second, third and an Honorable Mention, andBrittany Merritt – Honorable Mention.
Yen Phi Le placed third in painting and David Vanderburg received an Honorable Mention.
North Lamar High School art teacher is Lena Spencer.
Fifty-eigth Paris High School seniors were awarded Paris Education Foundation scholarships totaling $92,200.
PEF scholarships recipients are listed alphabetically:
Taylor Bills, Robert Brooks, Erica Bush, Leandrea Butler, Cannon Chadwick, Abby Chandler, Jordan Clipson, Jose Colin, Hakeem Crittenden, Tashika Curlee, Jasmine Dirks, Andrew Dunn, Dentray Easter, Tiera Easter, Kurteisha Ellis, Shedrell Ellis, Kelvianna Epperson, Tabatha Friday, Whitney Gibson, Bentley Gilbert, Lauren Groomes, Levest Hale, Justin Hutchison, Riley Kee, Natalie Lane, Halee Lindsey, Luz Luna, Taylor McCloure, Ashley McKillop, LaTerria Miles, Jaqualion Milton, Donovan Mims, Zachary Nash, Melissa Newberry, Andrew Owens, Raheem Palmore, Carla Palomares, Anahita Pardiwalla, Maria Perez, Jaxon Rader, Jessica Rollerson, Robert Russell, Dylan Ruthart, Lleli Sanchez, Dominick Sanders, Maria Shomo, Johnathan Sims, Ellen Starnes, Kameron Sumrall, David Terrell, Te’Shea Thomas, TyResha Wallace, Anna Watson, William Whitaker, Khalid Williams, Roneisha Williams, Brice Winter, Kelea Wright
With the quickest time to debug and repair a Ford Focus, North Lamar’s automotive team finished second at the State Ford AAA Automotive Competition on April 26. Tristan McReynolds (left) and Morgan Adams (right), both juniors, completed the state contest in twenty-one minutes but had a minor setback when a cable under the car’s hood was not latched all the way costing them the gold. Sponsor for the pair is NL Automotive Technology Instructor Jared Reaves.
Ryan Conner, a junior at North Lamar High School, placed second at the Area 6 FFA Extemporaneous Speaking Contest on May 11. This qualified him to compete at the State FFA Speaking Contest in Dallas this July. FFA sponsor is Jennifer Clark.