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Local Students Place High In State Tar Wars Contest

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Patty Hatfield – West Side School
The 2012 Tennessee Tar Wars state-wide Poster Contest was recently held at the Embassy Suites Cool Springs in Franklin, Tennessee.

First place winner in the 2012 Tennessee Tar Wars Poster Contest is Jacob Phelps, a 4th grader at Lafayette Elementary School in Lafayette, Tennessee.  Jacob’s poster will be entered into the National Tar Wars Poster Contest in Washington D.C. on July 16-17.

 Jacob’s prize for winning first place is a paid trip for himself and one of his parents to attend the National Poster Contest in Washington D.C. in July.
 
Additional Winners in the 2012 Tennessee Tar Wars Poster Contest are:
 
1st place  – Jacob Phelps of Lafayette – Lafayette Elementary School

2nd place – Braden Hawkins of Hartsville – Trousdale County Elementary School

3rd place – Samantha Bussell of Carthage – Lafayette Elementary School

4th place – Patty Hatfield of Readyville – West Side School

5th place – Ian DeArmond of McMinnville – Woodbury Grammar School

 Honorable Mentions – 

Caleb DePriest of Gray – Ridgeview Elementary

 James Russell of Lawrenceburg – Sacred Heart

Kenzie Hix of Lafayette – Lafayette Elementary School

Katherine Rogers of Nashville – Haynes Design Center

Heather Moore of Union City – Ridgemont Elementary

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