Congressman Bill Shuster is pleased to announce that the student entries for the 2010 Congressional Art Competition are now on display to the public at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort.
The work of seven local art students will be shown at the Bedford Springs Resort until May 4th. The entries submitted for the competition are as follows:
•“Windmills of Somerset County” by Julie Day, Berlin Brothersvalley H.S., Somerset, County
•“Chimney Rocks” by Sarah McCormick, Blair County Christian School, Blair County
•“Yesterday’s Tomorrow” by Desiree Cavalancia, Indiana Area Sr. H.S., Indiana, County
•“Rails to the Future” by Ashley Garner, Central H.S., Blair County
•“Memories of the S1 Engine” by Bryan Housley, Altoona Area H.S., Blair County
•“I Pledge Allegiance” by Melissa McCray, Greencastle Antrim H.S., Franklin County
•“A Scenic View of the Juniata” by Zachary Slaughter, Juniata Valley H.S., Huntingdon County.
One winner will be selected from this group to represent the 9th district in Washington, DC in June and the winning entry will be showcased in the Capitol Complex for a year.