The awards ceremony for winners of the 2018 MAWSS “Fun with Water” Watercolor Contest was Friday, August 3, at The Shoppes at Bel Air.
The annual watercolor contest, sponsored by the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System (MAWSS), encourages area students to tap into their artistic side by illustrating with watercolors the role that clean water plays in their daily lives.
This year’s winners are as follows:
Overall winner—Jeremy Bankston, “Hide ‘n Seek,” Theodore High School;
9th-12thGrade— Lindsey Imsand, “Adventure Under the Sea,” Theodore High School;
6th-8thGrade—Catherine Chung, “Dragon Boat Race,” Dunbar Magnet School;
3rd-5thGrade—Dylan LeGros, “Fishing with Dad,” Council Traditional School;
K-2ndGrade—Camille Chancey, “Colorful Kayaks,” homeschool.
Each grade winners received a $100 gift card. The overall winner and that student’s sponsoring school receive $250 gift cards.
“Hide ‘n Seek,” painted by Jeremy Bankston of Theodore High School, is the overall winner of the 12th annual MAWSS Fun With Water art contest.