Art students carry on tradition at fair

Holding certificates from Senator Joel Anderson are young artists, from left, Bridget Constandse, Carly Hawkins, Zoe Constandse, and Kaija Hawkins.
Holding certificates from Senator Joel Anderson are young artists, from left, Bridget Constandse, Carly Hawkins, Zoe Constandse, and Kaija Hawkins.

FALLBROOK – Senator Joel Anderson sent recognition certificates to art instructor Marilee Ragland for her students who entered art work in the San Diego County Fair.

The a certificates were awarded “in special recognition of their commitment to preserving one of San Diego’s greatest traditions through their participation in the San Diego County Fair as Creative Youth competitors.”

There were 33 entries in the Creative Youth Art Show from the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Each art entry from Fallbrook received a blue ribbon awarded using the Danish system of judging. The entire art exhibit included 840 art entries from San Diego County.

The following students were also given certificates of recognition for entering the Creative Youth Competition: Bryce Principe, Olivia Lowe, Panther Espinosa, Sydnie Brown, Anthony Chisholm, Chloe Leimgruber, Tatum Brown, Landen Bloom, Laila Balbier, Braylen Beal, Pearl Baldi, Stanley Beal, Kera Chaffin,  Aislin Wright-Thibodo, Kiara Wright-Thibodo, Capri Reylek, Jasmine Auge, Karlina Garcia, Andrew Winterstrom, Kaden Bloom, Katelyn Mathewson, Frida DeLeon, Sophia Segerstrom, Jessica Besne, Bridget Bresnahan, Maylin DeLeon, Emily Winterstrom and Veronica Romero.

Four of the students received their certificates on Sept. 18. Any of the other students who have not received their certificates yet, may pick them up at the Fallbrook School of the Arts between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Monday through Saturday.

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