Students Win Congressional Art Competition

(left to right)  Kyler Collins, Bryce Maes, Jason Berryman (art department chair) and Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins
Two pieces of art by Topeka West High School students will be displayed in 2nd District Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins Topeka office.  Kyler Collins art piece placed 2nd among more than 60 art pieces entered by students in the Congressional Art Competition.  An art piece created by Bryce Maes captured 4th place.  Collins is a junior, Maes is a senior at TWHS.  The art will be displayed in Jenkins Topeka office which is located at 3350 SW 5th Street.

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