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Heritage Tea Black History Month Project
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Some of the winners from the 2018 Heritage Tea Project Competition. Grades 3-8. - photo by Johnny Deal
The Multicultural Committee of the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County (FAC) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Heritage Tea Black History Month Projects. The projects were on display in the Douglas-Reed House during the week of the February 20th through the awards presentation and ceremony on Sunday, February 25. This year’s winners were: 3rd Grade 1st -- Hannah Epps (Baron DeKalb Elementary) 2nd -- Colt Babic (Pine Tree Hill Elementary) 3rd -- Breanna Parson (Wateree Elementary) 4th Grade 1st -- Nevaeh Anderson (Blaney Elementary) 2nd -- Brad Floyd (Blaney Elementary) 3rd -- Zion Halley (Camden Elementary) 5th Grade 1st -- Peyton Stanley (Doby’s Mill Elementary) 2nd -- Logan Freeman (Camden Elementary) 3rd -- Louis Alexander (Camden Elementary) 6th Grade 1st -- Alyssa Godoy/Monica Sanchez (Leslie M. Stover Middle School) 2nd -- Rylee Carraway (Lugoff-Elgin Middle School) 3rd -- Alazia Moody (North Central Middle School) 7th Grade 1st -- Alyson Mehm/Zyona Lee (North Central Middle School) 2nd -- Madison Hensley/Autumn Broughton (North Central Middle School) 3rd -- Sarrah Branham (North Central Middle School) 8th Grade 1st -- Aniya Baker (North Central Middle School) 2nd -- Brianna Lloyd (Camden Middle School) 3rd -- Meredith Rausch/Kara Miano (Leslie M. Stover Middle School) Honorable Mentions were given to Mrs. Thomson’s special needs class from Camden Elementary School.