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Congressman Brad Sherman

Representing the 30th District of CALIFORNIA

Sherman Welcomes Art Competition Winner at Capitol Exhibit


Jun 14, 2005
Press Release
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Brad Sherman  today welcomed Tyler Bailey from Cleveland High School in Reseda to the Capitol, where his first-place entry in the 27th Congressional District Student Art Competition is on display.
Emily Eisen, a student at High Tech High School, and Leslie Lee, from Cleveland High School, were the second and third place winners in the San Fernando Valley congressional district.Image, Sherman Welcomes Art
œThe work of all the participants is a magnificent representation of our many talented students in the San Fernando Valley, Sherman said.   
The congressman congratulated Tyler during a ceremony in the Capitol corridor where his work is on display with first-prize winners from around the United States. 
œI commend all the students who entered the competition and express my congratulations to the contest winners.  I also want to once again thank our excellent panel of judges.
The competition took place on May 21st and was open to all high school students in the 27th Congressional District.  There were 19 participants.  The event was judged by Stuart Vaughn of the Canoga Youth Art Center, Deane Leavenworth of Time Warner Cable, Dick Cooper of Telesis Credit Union, and Todd Brown of Channel 1 News.
He won an all expense paid trip for him and his parents to Washington, DC for the unveiling, donated by Time Warner Cable.  The Telesis Credit Union donated I-Pods for all the winners.