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Congratulations to Art II students, Leah Pitt and Samantha Hardin for winning the waterfall art contest. Leah’s oil pastel drawing of Lower Cascades will be made into a patch which will be sold at Hanging Rock’s gift shop! Samantha’s acrylic painting will be made into a patch for participants of the new spring hiking event called Family, Friends & Falls on April 18! Leah and Samantha will receive a cash prize and all students who submitted a waterfall picture will get free swimming passes to the Hanging Rock State Park lake.
Leah and Samantha are both art students at North Stokes High School. Mrs. Janis Henderson-Hunsucker is their instructor and Mr. Rasey is the principal.
I am at teacher with Stokes County Schools.