Circleville City Schools News Article

Seven CHS Art students place in Pumpkin Show Book contest

 Leading the way!  @CirclevilleCity  led all county schools with SEVEN artists selected for the annual  @CirclevilleNews  Pumpkin Show publication. Each student’s work was purchased by an area business and will be displayed in their front office and receive a $75 check for their work
Seven Circleville High School Art Students have placed in the Circleville Herald's annual Pumpkin Show Art Contest, leading the county in selections as a high school. 
The seven artists - Payton Otterbacher, Philipp Barth, Madison Imler, Trenton Culler, Mearan Buzz Bahney, Ryan Jenkins, and Emily Cooper - have all had their art purchased by a local business and will recieve a $75 award for their work. Additionally, the students will also have their artwork on display in each business and profiled in the Pumpkin Show Book to be published on Saturday, October 12th in the Circleville Herald. 
Students, staff, and community members can be on the lookout for our students' pieces of art at the following businesses. 
 Payton Otterbacher/American Ear
Congratulations to these Tigers!  

Philipp Barth/Jack Pine Studio

Madison Imler/Comfort Dental

Trenton Culler/Wal-Mart

Mearan Bahney/Savings Bank

Ryan Jenkins/Ohio University Chillicothe

Emily Cooper/Ohio Christian University

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