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Haine students shine in Butler art show

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Four Haine Middle School students were named award winners during the Associated Artists of Butler County's first elementary student art show held on March 15.

Sixth-grader Phoebe Shi earned a first- place honor in the mixed media category for her mask “Athena.” Mya Orgovan, also in sixth grade, earned a first-place award in the ceramics category for her wheel thrown bowl. Madison Smith, fifth grade, was named a second-place winner in the painting category for her abstract painting. Chloe Rechkemer, sixth grade, earned an honorable mention in the mixed media category for her mask “Color, Paint, Create.”

The pieces are on display at the AABC in Butler until March 29.

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