Creative Arts Contest

About the Creative Arts Contest

The goal of the St. Clair County CMH Creative Arts Contests is to help educate both young people and adults about the value of connecting mind and body for individuals who live with mental illnesses, intellectual / developmental disabilities, and/or substance use disorders.

2020 High School Art Contest Winners

Contest Theme: Hope Healing and Recovery

Best in Show
Gabrielle Furtah, St Clair High School

First Place
Thalia Lansky, Marysville High School

Second Place
Brenna Austin, Yale High School

Third Place
Audrey Hollenbaugh, Marine City High School

Honorable Mention
Elaine Bailey, Marysville High School

Honorable Mention
Ethan Cummins, Marysville High School

Honorable Mention
Brendan Zisler, Yale High School

Honorable Mention
Annie Vokes, Yale High School

2020 Elementary School Bookmark Contest Winners

Bookmark Theme: Be Kind

Kindergarten
Haydn Mencavage, St. Edward on the Lake

First Grade
Isabella Bostick, Keewahdin Elementary

Second Grade
Madison Utecht, Belle River Elementary

Third Grade
Evelyn Connell, Washington Elementary

Fourth Grade
Reese Schroeder, Belle River Elementary

Fifth Grade
Nadine Cameron, Michigamme Elementary

2020 Middle School Writing Contest Winners

Contest Theme: Hope Healing and Recovery

Grand Prize Winner
Cailyn Hutton, St. Clair Middle School

Fiction/Short Story

First Place
Max Mylan, Central Middle School

Second Place
Jackson Zhang, St. Clair Middle School

Third Place
Benjamin Farkas, St. Clair Middle School

Nonfiction/Essay

First Place
Mackenzie Adamson, Algonquin Elementary

Second Place
Brookelynn Haslem, Marine City Middle School

Third Place
Hannah Marie Palmer, Central Middle School

Poetry

First Place
Ethan Zhang, St. Clair Middle School

Second Place
Megan Zultak, Anchor Bay Middle School

Third Place
Kate Nichols, Fort Gratiot Middle School

For more information on any of the Creative Arts Contest

Contact Mark Hutchinson at (810) 966-3386 or at mhutchinson@scccmh.org or Karen Zultak at (810) 966-7840 or at kzultak@scccmh.org.
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