Jaime Herrera-Beutler's office announced that Kelso student artists won first, second, and third place in the US Congressional Art Competition this year. Mayci Bloomfeldt won first place. Her artwork will be shipped to Washington DC and will hang in the US Capitol building over the next year. In previous years, first place winners & a family member were sent to DC for the ribbon cutting ceremony, but they aren’t sure what that will look like this year with the current situation. Kylana Hegnes tied for 2nd place and Miah Montgomery placed 3rd. Their work will hang in Congresswoman Beutler’s office at Fort Vancouver for the next year.
Way to finish strong, KHS artists!