2021 Art Contest Winners

The "Why Counties Matter" 2021 Art Contest pieces will be displayed at the Fulton County Welcome Center Saturday, May 8th thru Sunday, May 16th. Hours are Monday thru Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The art show will be set-up in the lobby and is free of charge. The Museum of Fulton County exhibit is $8 per person 16+ years of age, $7 for 60+ years of age, $3 for ages 6-16, and free for children who are under 6 years of age.  Address: 8848 State Highway 108, Wauseon, OH 43567. Please wear masks and socially distance from other groups.

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Winner Camryn Rash Wauseon 8th grade

Name: Camryn Rash

Grade: 8th

School: Wauseon Middle School

Statement:

I love my county because it keeps me safe and gives endless opportunities. Help lines are always a click away, vaccines and doctors are available, food to eat can be grown and farmed, and there’s always an opportunity to help others in your community.


Name: Walter Foster

Grade: 10th

School: Evergreen High School

Statement:

In my drawing there is an old tree with targets hanging on it. Next to the tree there is an old pick up truck. Leaning against the truck there is a hunting rifle. The rifle and targets represents shooting guns and target practice; which is something that you can not do in a city, but can do in the country. The truck is just something fun that I added into the drawing because I thought it reminded me of the country.

Walter Foster
Alysa Churpurdy

Name: Alysa Churpurdy

Grade: 11th

School: Evergreen High School

Statement:

This is my illustration of how the Health Care System in Fulton County has helped keep people safe during the pandemic. It also shows how it will continue to keep people safe in the future.