Enota Artists Show Support for Trees

Enota Artists Show Support for Trees
Arbor Day Winners
Over 100 student entries from across Gainesville and Hall County were submitted for the “I Speak for the Trees” Art & Essay Contest. This annual contest was coordinated by the Greater Hall Chamber and sponsored by the Hall County Master Gardeners, Keep Hall Beautiful, and Georgia Power. The contest included student art and essays. Four Enota students were top winners of the contest: Virginia Munn (Third Grade Art Award Runner Up), Emmaleigh Thomason, and Amelia Mathes (Fifth Grade Essay Award Runner-ups).
New this year, the Vision 2030 Board created the “What A Tree Means to Me” Visionary Award presented to a student for an outstanding piece of artwork showcasing the connections and impact that trees have on our health and our community.  The winner of the "Visionary Award" was Isaac McPeek, a third grader. Isaac created a unique tree branch mobile (shown below). Each of the eight oak tree leaves gives a fact about Georgia live oak trees and their importance in our environment. We are proud of all of the winners for their excellent artwork and their outstanding representation of Enota and GCSS!
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