2020 MLK Writing Contest Winners

Fourth Grade Winners: First Place: Madelyn Schaller Thurgood Marshall Elementary Second Place: Calla Kight Thurgood Marshall Elementary Third place: Bella Blake Minnieville Elementary ____________________________________________________________ Fifth Grade Winners: First Place: Lily Emerson Mountain View Elementary Second Place: Alex Martinez Mountain View Elementary Third Place: Bryn Crockett T. Clay Wood Elementary Honorable Mention: Alejandro Kruczek Minnieville Elementary School

Black History Month Art Exhibit

The Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host a reception to celebrate the opening of Dr. Yemonja Small's Black History Month Art Exhibit, "It's Complicated: A Visual Examination of the Relationship." Dr. Smalls is an emerging Baltimore-based artist. After receiving a doctorate in clinical psychology from LSU, Dr. Smalls recently received a master's degree in art therapy from the Art Institute of Chicago. Through the use of paint, collage, paper cuts and other media, she emphasizes self care and considers it central to her practice and the pieces she creates. Dr. Smalls' work in various mediums has been exhibited at the School of Art - Institute of C

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