Nebo student wins first place in art contest

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r Congratulations to Maple Mountain High School student Cadence Peterson who won first place and $5,000 in the Utah State Senate Landscape Visual Arts Scholarship competition. Cadence’s oil piece is entitled, “Dead Horse Point.”

MMHS had another prize winner, Emily Johnson, who won $300. Emily’s oil piece is titled “Salt Flats.” Jethro Gilliespie is the art instructor at Maple Mountain High.

Emily Johnson artwork


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