2017 winners of Raleigh Fine Arts Society Literary Contest and society representatives. From left to right: front row: John Bemis, speaker; Hannah DeMaio Newton; Lily Eliana Levin; Binita Thapa; Ellie Baker; Nadah Saleh; Chancy Kapp, contest Chair. Second row: Linda Patton Lytvinenko; Anamitraa Dutta; V Tacker; Pooja Murarisetty; Savarni Sanka; Rebecca West; Carroll Clancy, society president. Third row: Regan Curtis; Isabelle Nechvatal; Juliette Ellis; Margaret Hall; Alyssa Rorie. Back Row: Grady Davis; Elle Hodges; Clay Oxford; Meredith Brown.
2017 winners of Raleigh Fine Arts Society Literary Contest and society representatives. From left to right: front row: John Bemis, speaker; Hannah DeMaio Newton; Lily Eliana Levin; Binita Thapa; Ellie Baker; Nadah Saleh; Chancy Kapp, contest Chair. Second row: Linda Patton Lytvinenko; Anamitraa Dutta; V Tacker; Pooja Murarisetty; Savarni Sanka; Rebecca West; Carroll Clancy, society president. Third row: Regan Curtis; Isabelle Nechvatal; Juliette Ellis; Margaret Hall; Alyssa Rorie. Back Row: Grady Davis; Elle Hodges; Clay Oxford; Meredith Brown. Courtesy of Lochie Overbey
2017 winners of Raleigh Fine Arts Society Literary Contest and society representatives. From left to right: front row: John Bemis, speaker; Hannah DeMaio Newton; Lily Eliana Levin; Binita Thapa; Ellie Baker; Nadah Saleh; Chancy Kapp, contest Chair. Second row: Linda Patton Lytvinenko; Anamitraa Dutta; V Tacker; Pooja Murarisetty; Savarni Sanka; Rebecca West; Carroll Clancy, society president. Third row: Regan Curtis; Isabelle Nechvatal; Juliette Ellis; Margaret Hall; Alyssa Rorie. Back Row: Grady Davis; Elle Hodges; Clay Oxford; Meredith Brown. Courtesy of Lochie Overbey
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