Among the winners in the student competition were, from left: front row – Lauren Putney, Morgan Craig, Sienna Hocutt, Fiona Hocutt and Emma Roy; second row – Stephanie Constantelos, Leeane Gardner, Jessica Creech and Skyy Artis; third row – Karah Bartles, Alecks Mills, Lizzie Satkowiak, Hank Jackson, Hannah Gray and Maria Young; and back row – Jesse Bohorquez and Ethan Frey.
Among the winners in the student competition were, from left: front row – Lauren Putney, Morgan Craig, Sienna Hocutt, Fiona Hocutt and Emma Roy; second row – Stephanie Constantelos, Leeane Gardner, Jessica Creech and Skyy Artis; third row – Karah Bartles, Alecks Mills, Lizzie Satkowiak, Hank Jackson, Hannah Gray and Maria Young; and back row – Jesse Bohorquez and Ethan Frey. WOMAN’S CLUB OF CLAYTON
Among the winners in the student competition were, from left: front row – Lauren Putney, Morgan Craig, Sienna Hocutt, Fiona Hocutt and Emma Roy; second row – Stephanie Constantelos, Leeane Gardner, Jessica Creech and Skyy Artis; third row – Karah Bartles, Alecks Mills, Lizzie Satkowiak, Hank Jackson, Hannah Gray and Maria Young; and back row – Jesse Bohorquez and Ethan Frey. WOMAN’S CLUB OF CLAYTON

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