Judges swarmed around the top entries in the “My Favorite Home” Contest at Bashaw Elementary School Nov. 6.
After the votes were tallied, one winner from each grade level was presented with a blue first place ribbon and a chance to show off their work to content judges and organizers.
Neal Communities, the organizer of the contest, uses the winning drawings to produce about 5,000 Christmas cards, the company’s owner Pat Neal said.
Winners were kindergartner Jessie Zhuo, first-grader Khashaunti Hall (not pictured), second-grader Logan Mason, third-grader Trinity Miller, fourth-grader Kyle Kennedy and fifth-grader Bernaldo Maxime.
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