Illustrating care for Earth


The winning artwork from the 2019 Earth Day poster contest — plus the young artists — were publicly congratulated Tuesday evening at the Clinton County Courthouse. The event and contest are held annually by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District. From left in the front row are Alysse Stewart (Wilmington Christian Academy third-grader), Olivia Massie (Wilmington Christian Academy kindergartner), Kaylynn Hayslip (Holmes Elementary kindergartner), Audrey Pence (Clinton-Massie Elementary first-grader), and Bella Mahanes (New Vienna Elementary first-grader); and from left in the back row are Ashlynn Littrell (Wilmington Christian Academy fourth-grader), Max Carmack ((Holmes Elementary second-grader), Kameron Ward (Blanchester Intermediate fifth-grader), Riley Blom (Clinton-Massie Elementary fifth-grader), and Branson Taylor (Putman Elementary third-grader).

The winning artwork from the 2019 Earth Day poster contest — plus the young artists — were publicly congratulated Tuesday evening at the Clinton County Courthouse. The event and contest are held annually by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District. From left in the front row are Alysse Stewart (Wilmington Christian Academy third-grader), Olivia Massie (Wilmington Christian Academy kindergartner), Kaylynn Hayslip (Holmes Elementary kindergartner), Audrey Pence (Clinton-Massie Elementary first-grader), and Bella Mahanes (New Vienna Elementary first-grader); and from left in the back row are Ashlynn Littrell (Wilmington Christian Academy fourth-grader), Max Carmack ((Holmes Elementary second-grader), Kameron Ward (Blanchester Intermediate fifth-grader), Riley Blom (Clinton-Massie Elementary fifth-grader), and Branson Taylor (Putman Elementary third-grader).


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The winning artwork from the 2019 Earth Day poster contest — plus the young artists — were publicly congratulated Tuesday evening at the Clinton County Courthouse. The event and contest are held annually by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District. From left in the front row are Alysse Stewart (Wilmington Christian Academy third-grader), Olivia Massie (Wilmington Christian Academy kindergartner), Kaylynn Hayslip (Holmes Elementary kindergartner), Audrey Pence (Clinton-Massie Elementary first-grader), and Bella Mahanes (New Vienna Elementary first-grader); and from left in the back row are Ashlynn Littrell (Wilmington Christian Academy fourth-grader), Max Carmack ((Holmes Elementary second-grader), Kameron Ward (Blanchester Intermediate fifth-grader), Riley Blom (Clinton-Massie Elementary fifth-grader), and Branson Taylor (Putman Elementary third-grader).

The winning artwork from the 2019 Earth Day poster contest — plus the young artists — were publicly congratulated Tuesday evening at the Clinton County Courthouse. The event and contest are held annually by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District. From left in the front row are Alysse Stewart (Wilmington Christian Academy third-grader), Olivia Massie (Wilmington Christian Academy kindergartner), Kaylynn Hayslip (Holmes Elementary kindergartner), Audrey Pence (Clinton-Massie Elementary first-grader), and Bella Mahanes (New Vienna Elementary first-grader); and from left in the back row are Ashlynn Littrell (Wilmington Christian Academy fourth-grader), Max Carmack ((Holmes Elementary second-grader), Kameron Ward (Blanchester Intermediate fifth-grader), Riley Blom (Clinton-Massie Elementary fifth-grader), and Branson Taylor (Putman Elementary third-grader).
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_earth_day.jpgThe winning artwork from the 2019 Earth Day poster contest — plus the young artists — were publicly congratulated Tuesday evening at the Clinton County Courthouse. The event and contest are held annually by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District. From left in the front row are Alysse Stewart (Wilmington Christian Academy third-grader), Olivia Massie (Wilmington Christian Academy kindergartner), Kaylynn Hayslip (Holmes Elementary kindergartner), Audrey Pence (Clinton-Massie Elementary first-grader), and Bella Mahanes (New Vienna Elementary first-grader); and from left in the back row are Ashlynn Littrell (Wilmington Christian Academy fourth-grader), Max Carmack ((Holmes Elementary second-grader), Kameron Ward (Blanchester Intermediate fifth-grader), Riley Blom (Clinton-Massie Elementary fifth-grader), and Branson Taylor (Putman Elementary third-grader). Gary Huffenberger | News Journal