City of Bellflower Student Art Competition Winners Are Recognized at Bellflower City Council Meeting

//City of Bellflower Student Art Competition Winners Are Recognized at Bellflower City Council Meeting

Pictured here are the 33 students from 9 Bellflower schools who participated in the city of Bellflower’s student art competition sponsored by Dante Valve Company.

The City of Bellflower hosted it’s first Student Art Festival on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the Town Center Plaza. Participants included 33 students from nine Bellflower schools. Each grade level, 3rd through 6th, was assigned a different art theme and each student created artwork depicting the theme. Art was judged based on creativity, quality, clarity, and overall presentation. First place winners from each grade level will have their artwork exhibited at Bellflower City Hall starting on October 24, 2019 until the end of the year.

Artwork from the first place winners of Bellflower’s student art competition.

Congratulations to our 1st place winners Santiago De La Isla (3rd grade – St. Dominic Savio), Anabella Arciga (4th grade – St. Dominic Savio), Ruby Gonzalez (5th grade – Ramona Elementary), and Aiden Kwon (6th grade – Valley Christian Elementary School).

The City Council will recognize the 1st place winners at the upcoming Council Meeting on October 28, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bellflower City Council Chambers.

The City would also like to thank the event sponsors; MGB Services (Mike Brassard), Dante Valve Company, and Roadway Inn & Suites Bellflower for supporting the Student Art Festival and for assisting us with our goal of making Bellflower a better place to live, work and play.

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Dante Valve President, Lisa Papini accepting recognition from Bellflower City Council Mayor, Santa Ines for Dante Valve’s sponsorship of the student art competition and commitment to making Bellflower a better place to live, work and play.

2019-11-18T14:39:13+00:00 November 15th, 2019|News|