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Congressman celebrates young artists

Congressman Tom McClintock, left, stands with the winners of the 4th District Congressional Art Competition at a reception held at BI Design in El Dorado Hills. With McClintock are, left to right, BI Design owners Craig and Alexandra Badolian, first-place winner,Ashlyn Woods, honorable mention winner Teri Nittler, third-place winner Brandon Borjon, second-place winner Julia Schmidseder and honorable mention winner Daisy Allison. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene
Congressman Tom McClintock, left, stands with the winners of the 4th District Congressional Art Competition at a reception held at BI Design in El Dorado Hills. With McClintock are, left to right, BI Design owners Craig and Alexandra Badolian, first-place winner,Ashlyn Woods, honorable mention winner Teri Nittler, third-place winner Brandon Borjon, second-place winner Julia Schmidseder and honorable mention winner Daisy Allison. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Five Northern California high school students garnered top awards in the Congressional Art Competition sponsored by members of Congress and were recognized by Congressman Tom McClintock at a May 1 reception at BI Design Studio in El Dorado Hills, where their art was on display.

The competition was open to all high school students within California’s Fourth Congressional District, with more than 40 pieces of art  submitted for judging.

The winners are:

First place – “Future Farmers of America”
Artist: Ashlyn Woods, Del Oro High School

Second place – “Freedom”
Artist: Julia Schmidseder, South Lake Tahoe High School

Third place – “He Said”
Artist: Brandon Borjon, Granite Bay High School

Honorable mention – “The Aviator”
Artist: Teri Nittler, Granite Bay High School

Honorable mention – “Voyage”
Artist: Daisy Allison, Minarets High School

The winning entry from each Congressional district across the United States will be displayed for one year in the Cannon Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol. The winning students will be invited, along with one guest, to the unveiling of the exhibit and a reception in Washington, D.C.

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