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Press Release - 2018 Annual Report Cover Contest Winners

May 03, 2019
Congratulations to the winners of the Third Judicial Circuit Court 2018 Annual Report Cover Contest!

For Immediate Release


Contact: Zenell B. Brown, Executive Court Administrator
(313) 224-2236
Subject:

 2018 Third Judicial Circuit Court Annual Report Cover Contest Winners

 

Detroit, MI – “Wayne County is blessed to have many gifted graphic arts students. From among the many fine candidates, we congratulate our contest winners,” says Chief Judge Timothy M. Kenny.

The Third Circuit Court is pleased to announce its 2018 Annual Report Cover Contest winners. This contest is open to high school students who reside in or attend Wayne County schools.

The first place winner is Anna Wagus. Anna lives in Westland, Michigan, attends John Glenn High School and William D. Ford Career Technical Center. She’s been accepted to Schoolcraft College but is still applying to other colleges for more possibilities. She studies graphic design and plans to go into a graphic design field, but she’s mostly interested in animation. Anna has done traditional drawings all her life and easing into digital, with limited resources. Her friends, coworkers, teachers, and classmates are her main source of support and inspiration.

The second place winner is Natalie Decker. Nat is a student attending Wayne Memorial High School and William D. Ford Career Technical Center. She plans on attending Eastern Michigan University for an Elementary teaching degree. This is her 3rd award won this year in her Graphic Design class for her poster designs. She enjoys creative things such as drawing cartoons/original characters and animation.

The third place winner is Destiny Smith. Destiny is a 14-year-old freshman who attends Southgate Anderson High School in Southgate, Michigan. Destiny aspires to work in an artistic field but hasn’t quite figured out which artistic direction to take yet. She enjoys art very much and she has stated, “I never took my art seriously until middle school. When I did, it was like a big light I could actually follow.”

Their artwork can be viewed on our website at www.3rdcc.org

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