El Segundo Rotary Club honors high-school artists in the categories of visual art, dance, and speech
Our city is home to so many artistic and creative youth, and a select few of them were recently celebrated in the categories of visual art, speech, and dance by Rotary Club of El Segundo.
On February 21 and 28, local high-school students were honored and awarded prize money by Rotarians Wayne Mularz, Dickie van Breene, and Melissa Albers for their winning entries to Rotary’s Arts Contest. Visual Arts winners were Sophia Andrade (first; her work is this month’s cover), Rachel Giverink (second), and Max Sexton (third). Speech winners were Michael Lynch (first), Ivan Chizon (second), and Ally Parker (third). Dance winners were Jennifer Arantes (first), Uma Clemenceau and Samantha Maxwell (as a pair, second), and Alyssa Hubler (third).
Photos, top row: Rotary Club of El Segundo President Wayne Mularz with visual arts winners; speech second- and third-place winners Ivan Chizon and Ally Parker (first-place winner Michael Lynch was unable to attend); first-place speech winner Michael Lynch photographed at District competition.
Photos, middle row: Visual arts winners with Rotarian Melissa Albers; Rotarian Dickie Van Breene introduces speakers Ivan Chizon and Ally Parker; second-place dance winners Uma Clemenceau and Samantha Maxwell photographed at District competition.
Photo at bottom: Winning artworks by Rachel Giverink, Sophia Andrade, and Max Sexton
Thank you to Ron Sanchez and Nancy Cobb for assisting with photos.