River Parishes Hospital announces art winners
Students were awarded $50 savings bonds
June winners were: Ali Vicknair, a student at Riverside Academy and Kaylynn Bossier and Elena Marino, students at Norco 4-6 Elementary School.
July winners were: Britney Vasquez, a student at Garyville Magnet School, Haley Morgan, a student at R.J. Vial Elementary School and Lacy Comardelle who was a student at R.J. Vial Elementary School.
Each student was awarded a $50 savings bond compliments of Capital One Bank and River Parishes Hospital.
In December, each student and his or her family will be invited to a reception at the hospital, at which time three overall winners will be selected.
These winners will receive $150, $100 and $50 savings bonds for first, second and third place, respectively.
The Young At Art Program is a class project for grades pre-kindergarten through sixth and is open to schools in the river parishes area.
It is a free community program, compliments of River Parishes Hospital. Classes are displayed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Interested teachers should call (985) 653-4247.
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