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High school students draw up awards
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Congressman Scott DesJarlais presents the award for overall winner to James Blevins Jr., left. Blevins was the overall winner for his entry titled Where the Wild Thoughts Are.

Congressman Scott DesJarlais recently held an art competition open to all high school students in Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District, which includes 16 counties.
The reception honored the top 10 students for this year’s competition. Four Warren County High School students received recognition for their placement in the top 10, including James Blevins Jr, who was the overall winner for his entry titled “Where the Wild Thoughts Are.”
Veronica Chavez (“Different”), Jasmine Bianna Gannaway (“American Retro”) and Kaitlyn Morris (“Giraffe in Color”) were WCHS students also honored in the top 10.
For his first-place entry, Blevins received two Southwest Airline plane tickets to take part in the national reception in Washington, D.C.
Mrs. Rachel McGee also received the Most Outstanding Art Teacher Award.