The following art awards were presented: Best of Show for “Sunrise” by Baylee Thrasher, Most Colorful for “Dream Big” by Madison Welch, Most Creative for “Flower Trio” by Alex Zambrano; Extraordinary (Multiple Abilities): 1st Place: “My Apple Tree” by Annie Allen, 2nd Place: “Moon and Back” by Alex Toxey, 3rd Place: “I Heart You” by A’Mirakle Hudson; True Colors (Autism): 1st Place: “Hulk Smash” by Jeffery Jesse, 2nd Place: “You Are My Sunshine” by Aiden Jacobs; 3rd Place: “Acceptance, Understanding and Love” by Lauren Price; Little Hands (Preschool): 1st Place: “Prehistoric” by Colton Lecroy, 2nd Place: “Shoo Fly” by Gunner Tingle, 3rd Place: “Beach” by Traci Hollyhand’s Tuesday Class; Grad Academy: 1st Place: “Crucifixion” by Laura Gonzolez, 2nd Place: “Pokemon Go” by Devyn Hunter, 3rd Place: “Unfinished”; Sprayberrry Staff: 1st Place: “Say Roll Tide” by Rashedra Hughes, 2nd Place: “Earth, Wind, Fire and Ice” by Traci Hollyhand, 3rd Place: “Spongebob” by Terrance Sullivan; Community Youth (12 and under): 1st Place: “Lighthouse” by Braylen Miller, 2nd Place: “Max” by Morgan Toxey, 3rd Place: “Rainy” by Amelia Orr; Community Adult: 1st Place: “Speckled Sunflower” by Kaley Sellers, 2nd Place: “Frozen” by Taylor Foley, 3rd Place: “Radiance” by Terrianna Williams; Community Best of Show: “Lupines and Firewood” by Carolyn Boone.
13th Annual Sprayberry Art Show and Silent Auction a Success
Sprayberry Center held its 13th Annual Art Show and Silent Auction on Thursday, March 23, in the school cafeteria. A special piece of art work, completed with the fingerprints of all Sprayberry students, was presented to Dr. Walter Davie, Superintendent of the Tuscaloosa County School System, and Gary Mims, Board Member, as a thank you from students, staff, and families for the renovation of Lloyd Wood Education Center.
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