Daniel Dye, president of the Fuzion Teenager Centre board, expressed his excitement above acquiring “more than teens, but their household, appear see what the teens have been undertaking, generating a much better recognition.”
All through the party, attendees have been invited to cast their vote for their favorite piece of art which would later acquire the People’s Decision Award. At the stop of the night, just after votes have been tallied, Katelyn Grace Allen gained the specific award for her acrylic portray titled, “Field of Goals.” Allen was introduced with her prize of just one of the Fintech Attire gift packages of a shirt, hoodie and hat donated by Lowe’s Residence Improvement in Mooresville and Fintech.
1st, 2nd and 3rd location and honorable mention ribbons were also introduced to artists in a range of mediums together with jewelry, pictures, puddle portray, acrylic painting and rock art. Winners are as follows:
Jewelry — 1st put, Alli Younger next put, Emelia Klanduch and 3rd place, Thomas Gosselin honorable point out, Charlie Hooper.
Pictures — 1st position was shared by Liliann Sixt and Kaitlyn Dorroh second put, Dominic Honeycutt and third position, Ashley Ferguson.
Puddle portray — 1st spot, Katelyn Allen for “Glacier” 2nd position Alyssa Alemon for “Earth” third spot, Leslie Arquieta for “Vibrations” and two honorable mentions, Jonah Smith for “Orange Lava” and Leslie Arquieta for “Ebb & Circulation.”