Young Georgia Artists Shine in 2024 Fish Art Contest

May 9, 2024
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Young Georgia Artists Shine in 2024 Fish Art Contest
Georgia 1st Place Winner (Grades 10-12): Raelyn Scott (11th) Dallas, Ga

🎨 The Gist: The Georgia Department of Natural Resources announced the winners of the 2024 Fish Art Contest, an international competition that inspires children to learn about fish and fishing through art.

🤔 Why It Matters: The contest encourages young people to connect with Georgia’s natural resources and learn about the importance of conservation. By participating, students gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the state’s aquatic ecosystems.

🏆 Top Georgia Winners:Grades 10-12:

  1. Raelyn Scott (11th), Dallas
  2. Gracie Xu (12th), Marietta
  3. Elizabeth Aluko (11th), Marietta Go Fish Georgia Award: Kathryn Yeager, Marietta

Grades 7-9:

  1. Steven Ju (7th), Marietta
  2. Kristine Chen (7th), Duluth
  3. Livia Lin (8th), Duluth Go Fish Georgia Award: Phoebe Ye, Johns Creek

Grades 4-6:

  1. Yinuo Xu (5th), Snellville
  2. Isabella Ann Puzyreva (4th), Cumming
  3. Katherine Caldwell (5th), Athens Go Fish Georgia Award: Claire Hong, Marietta

Grades K-3:

  1. Dara Du (3rd), Marietta
  2. Hewen Li (3rd), Cumming
  3. Tiare Yu (3rd), Suwanee Go Fish Georgia Award: Emily Han, Suwanee

🖼️ The Big Picture: The winning artwork will be displayed at the Go Fish Education Center in Perry, Georgia for one year. The Go Fish Georgia Award celebrates fish species commonly sought by Georgia anglers.

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