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Winners announced in graduation assembly program cover design contest

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DEXTER — Dexter Regional High School recently conducted an art competition for the design of the 2017 graduation final assembly program cover. Approximately 40 students submitted design concepts that were reviewed by a panel of judges.

The panel was comprised of Dexter Town Manager Shelley Watson; Elizabeth Krista of the school board; Hillary Langlais, Ridge View Community School art teacher; Jayne Lello, high school librarian; and Kelly Tobin, high school life skills teacher. The judges met on May 22 to review the designs and based on an in-depth review of the submissions, Kellie Bache received first place, Morgan Smith was the first runner-up and Amber-Lynn Jusczak earned second runner-up honors.

Bache’s artwork adorned the cover of the 2017 graduation final assembly program cover.

Photo courtesy of Dexter Regional High School
GRADUATION PROGRAM ARTISTS — Three Dexter Regional High School students were honored for their entries in a contest to design the program cover for the graduation final assembly. From left are second runner-up Amber-Lynn Jusczak, first-runner-up Morgan Smith and contest winner Kellie Bache.

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