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Baldwin EMC Chooses Winners for Christmas Card Contest

Sadie Watson 1st Place Christmas Card

 

Sadie Watson, a fifth grade student at Fairhope East Elementary School, won first place in Baldwin EMC’s Christmas Card Coloring Contest. She’s pictured with her teacher Katherine Theis (right) and Baldwin EMC representative Kim Frank.

Madeline Shipman 2nd Place Christmas Card

Daphne East Elementary School student Madeline Shipman won second place in Baldwin EMC’s Christmas Card Coloring Contest. She’s pictured with her teacher Kate Baxter (right) and Baldwin EMC representative Kim Frank.

 

Haven Wooster 3rd Place Christmas Card

Daphne East Elementary School student Haven Wooster won third place in Baldwin EMC’s Christmas Card Coloring Contest. She’s pictured with her teacher Kara Godwin (left) and Baldwin EMC representative Kim Frank.

Three local students have been chosen as the winners of the annual Baldwin EMC Christmas Card Coloring Contest. Sadie Watson, a fifth-grade student at Fairhope Intermediate School, was named the first place winner. Her drawing will be featured on Baldwin EMC’s Christmas cards for 2014.

Madeline Shipman from Daphne East Elementary School won second place, and Haven Wooster, also from Daphne East Elementary School, won third place. Each of the students was presented with an art supply kit from Baldwin EMC, and all three were featured with their designs in the December issue of Alabama Living magazine.

Watson’s teacher, Katherine Theis, will also be awarded school supplies for her classroom.

Fifth grade teachers throughout Baldwin County were invited to have their students submit original artwork for the contest. According to Baldwin EMC’s Vice President of Energy Services and Public Relations Karen Moore, the co-op received many entries for the contest and the competition was tough. “It was difficult to narrow it down to these three winners, because we received so many creative and unique designs,” Moore said. “We appreciate each student’s hard work and the teachers who made time in their lesson plans for the contest.”

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