The Dr. Thomas Walker Chapter NSDAR and the Knox County Community Education Program are pleased to announce that three Knox County students have been awarded first place in the JAC East-Central Division Art and Creative Expression Contest. The 2010-2011 theme is “Preserving America’s Past.”
The three East-Central Division winners are:
Trey Carter, 5th Grade, G.R. Hampton Elementary, short story
Cameron Lockard, 1st grade at Jesse D. Lay Elementary, poster
Jaithan Jackson, 2nd grade at Flat Lick Elementary, poster
All students who are JAC winners at the county, state, division, and national levels will be recognized on Wednesday, May 18, at the First United Methodist Church in Barbourville which is located across the street from the Knox County Middle School. All parents and teachers are welcome. A reception will be held in the Methodist Church Fellowship Room at 3:30 p.m. followed by an award ceremony in the church sanctuary. Each student recognized will receive a certificate, a 1st place ribbon and JAC pin.