Westin Saunders of Vinton County Central Elementary won the 2022 T-shirt contest.Read More
The Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau recently held a “Design a T-Shirt Contest” as part of its Virtual Agriculture Experience Day Event held annually in May. The contest winner gets his or her drawing placed on the Virtual Agriculture Experience Day T-shirt.
The drawing winners were:
1st place- Westin Saunders- Vinton County Central Elementary
2nd place- Abel Armstrong- Southview Elementary
3rd place- Callie Baisden- Southview Elementary
4th place- Jax Shepheard- Northview Elementary
5th place- Adelyn Campbell- Oak Hill Elementary
6th place- Trayson Combs- Vinton County South Elementary
7th place- Lydia Jacobs- Bundy Elementary
8th place- Ian Adams- Westview Elementary
Congratulations to all of these winners!
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