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WHS student wins $250 scholarship for 9-11 Artwork

WHS student wins $250 scholarship for 9-11 Artwork

The Armed Services YMCA presented one $250 scholarship to the overall winner and six $50 gift cards to the Waynesville R-VI students who won the Armed Services YMCA 9-11 Remembrance Art Contest. Students also received certificates for having had artwork selected to represent their school during the 9-11 Remembrance event held at the Waynesville City Park.


Zach Guller, the executive director of the Armed Services YMCA of Missouri, presented the awards and certificates on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at each of the buildings that had students who participated in the contest.


Kiley Werner, a senior at Waynesville High School, was selected as the overall winner and received the $250 scholarship. Her artwork is shown below.


The winners of the gift cards were Evie Kelley (Waynesville Middle School), Maliya Neal (Waynesville Middle School), Kieyren Mitchell (Freedom), Cullen Warson (Thayer), and Ian Wellman (Thayer).


The participants selected by buildings are as follows:

Freedom Elementary:
Lily Alles
Baedon Balmer
Emma Shamhart
LJ Estrada
Ayden Taylor
Nathan Jacobsen
Dahlia Sisson
Kaylee Brown-Myrick
Tommy Halvas
Jaliyah Fontenot
Maggie Leinbaugh
Madison Martin
Xezzel Burch
Hailey Christmas 
Jaylen Slivinski
Teaghan Rodgers
Sonya Larsen
Adaleigh Dickinson

Thayer Elementary:
Jasmine Puckett
Benjamin Shumaker
Quynlyn Roberts
LillieAnne Peregory 
Enna Good

Waynesville High School:
Lancey Schubbe

Waynesville Middle School:
Mayci Foss
Kayla Stuckey
Amy Brixey
Madison Sander
Adriana Burns
Shiloh Palmer

Waynesville Sixth Grade Center:
Kason Rushing
Kyleighann Monell

Akaylah Calhoun


Thayer 9-11 art winnersFreedom Elementary 9-11 art winnersWSGC 9-11 art winnersWMS 9-11 art winnersWHS 9-11 art winners


Issued Oct. 27, 2022