Many volunteers helped to put on the Reflections arts competition

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Emily Wong, Meridian Park, Intermediate / Visual Arts
A Secret World Under the Sea
1st in Popular Vote

During the Art Reception for the Shoreline PTA Council Reflections program, attendees were invited to select their three favorite works of art for the popular vote. More than 250 votes were cast, and three definitive winners came out on top. These winners will receive district ribbons and art store gift certificates.

The popular vote winners are:
1st: Emily Wong, Meridian Park, Intermediate / Visual Arts, "A Secret World under the Sea"
2nd: Teagan Wood, “Untitled”, Shorecrest, High School/Visual Art
3rd: Emily DiGianni, "Turtle Bug", Shorecrest, High School/Visual Art
Teagan Wood, “Untitled”, Shorecrest, High School/Visual Art
2nd in Popular Vote

The reason this celebration of amazing student work happens is because of the intense effort, care and hard work of the PTA Reflections chair people, and their support teams. Every PTA has parents who volunteer to be in charge of acquiring, managing, judging, and celebrating hundreds of pieces of art for Reflections, as well as helping put on the reception.

A world of thanks is due to all of the local unit chairs, and their support teams for their dedication and hard work supporting the Arts in their schools, and for making this year’s Reflections Art Show a success.

Adrian Bourne, Reflections Chair, Shoreline PTA Council
Dagne Ruede, Briarcrest
Myrna Habbermann, Brookside
Kathy Griffard, Brookside
Fergus Temporada, Cascade K-8
Brooke Shirts, Echo Lake
Diana Ensenat, Einstein
Leslie Boyd, Highland Terrace
Julie Wolff, Lake Forest Park
Tiffany Megargee, Meridian Park
Michelle Morgan, Parkwood
Yasuyo D, Ridgecrest
Kendahl Adjorlolo, Shorecrest
Kathy Henderson, Shorewood
Anna Bley, Syre

Thanks to all of the art professionals / parents within our community who donated their time and expertise to judge the students’ work. Thank you to Heather Patterson for providing refreshments to the Photo/Visual Art judges.

Emily DiGianni, "Turtle Bug", Shorecrest, High School/Visual Art
3rd in Popular Vote

Many people made the Reflections Art Reception a success, including an impressive contingent from Cascade K-8.  Thank you to the cookie bakers, Ren Caldwell, Bailey Witwer, Rian Speidel, Gienna Smith-Njie, Lisa Painter, Tiffany Pitts, Candy Sunick, Tracy Miller, Kate Dewey, and Diana Ensenat.  
Thanks to Lisa Painter for making beautiful centerpieces for the tables. Thanks also to Amanda Cohrs for shopping for all of the supplies needed for punch for 250 people, as well as MnM’s. Thanks to Louann Garceau for picking up all of the cookies, delivering them to the Shoreline Center and staying to help set everything up. Thanks to Ginger Fahrenwald Villanueva for setting up on her way to a RepBod meeting. Thank you to Marley Banker and kids for moving / setting up panels.

Thanks to all of the Cascade Kids for pitching in where needed.  A big thanks is needed for Frank Sanborn for essential technical and moral support, and for Sherry Edwards for wrangling, rallying and coordinating this great event. Thanks most of all to the students of Shoreline who shared their amazing talents with the community.

Last but not least, thanks need to also be extended to the Shoreline Center and the Arts Council for providing help, space and panels, and to Starbuck’s for providing coffee for the reception.


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