Schwandt wins RAAC t-shirt design contest

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The Rockford Area Arts Commission offered their third annual t-shirt design contest again this year.

Third and fourth-graders from Belmont, Meadowridge and Parkside elementary schools entered the contest.

The best all around designs were chosen. There were four winners. Fourth place went to Bailey Abbey of Belmont Elementary, third place to  Paige Anderson  of Meadowridge Elementary, second place to  Anna Kurtz of Belmont Elementary and first place to Brandon Schwandt of Parkside Elementary. 

Brandon’s design will be used on the t-shirts for “Freedom To Express” the sixth Annual Summer Arts Camp being held July 20 to July 24 here in Rockford.

For more information about the Summer Camp phone (616) 874-5264. 

RUNNERS UP— Anna Kurtz from Belmont Elementary and fourth- place-Bailey Abbey from Belmont Elementary

RUNNERS UP— Anna Kurtz from Belmont Elementary and fourth- place-Bailey Abbey from Belmont Elementary.

WINNER— Brandon (pictured at left) Schwandt, fourth-grader at Parkside Elementary.

WINNER— Brandon (pictured at left) Schwandt, fourth-grader at Parkside Elementary.


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