Black History Committee Selects Art Contest Winners
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The Tampa Police Department’s Black History Committee is proud to announce its 2011 art contest winners. The committee selected “In God We Trust” by Tiffany Sardina as the first place winner for this year’s contest. Her portrait will be used to promote the department’s Black History program in February. Jordan Dudley (second place) and Jessica Sheridan (third place) will have their artwork displayed during the event. Chief Jane Castor and the committee will present all three winners with an award and a U.S. Savings Bond at the program.
Kathleen Morris, Dominique Haywood and Camille Malm were chosen to receive an honorable mention for their participation in the contest. Their artwork will also be displayed along with the top three selections.
The winners were chosen from a pool of high school students who submitted artwork that reflected the theme of this year’s event, “A Triple Crown: Reflections of the African American Family, Faith and Education.” The Black History program will take place on February 24, 2011 at the Ragan Park Community Center in Tampa.
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