MacGregor school art contest winners announced

Winning classrooms awarded with pizza parties

Rep. MacGregor poses with students from Sue Elenbaas’ third-grade class at Birch Elementary School in Cedar Springs.

State Rep. Peter MacGregor recently announced the winners of his elementary school student art contest. MacGregor extended this contest to all elementary school students within the 73rd District and winners earned a pizza party for their entire class.

“I am extremely impressed with the talent and creativity of the children in the 73rd District,” said MacGregor, R-Rockford. “Providing my youngest constituents with pizza parties to recognize their hard work is the least I can do. I look forward to displaying their beautiful artwork in my office and showing off the talent of local children to my colleagues.”

MacGregor and his staff visited classrooms at Kent City, Cedar View and North Oakview elementary schools on May 13 to congratulate the winners and deliver the pizza for their parties.

State Rep. Peter MacGregor, R-Rockford, poses with fourth-grade art contest winners Haley Denton (left) and Karina Ulloa from North Oakview Elementary School.

Contest winners include Kinsey Dever from Kent City Elementary (Claire DeGraaf’s fifth-grade class), Karina Ulloa and Haley Denton from North Oakview Elementary (Carrie Davies’ fourth-grade class), Brooke Harris (Sue Elenbaas’ third-grade class), and Amy Cook from Cedar View Elementary (Craig Gates’ fifth-grade class).


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