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Honeywell Arts & Entertainment Announces Winter Banner Competition 2023 Selections 

Honeywell Arts & Entertainment Announces Winter Banner Competition 2023 Selections 

Wabash County entries on display at the Honeywell Center through Dec. 11 

Wabash, Ind. – Honeywell Arts In Education, an educational offering of Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, celebrated student artists in Wabash and Miami counties with receptions for the annual Winter Banner Competition. Each winter, schools in both counties submit original winter artwork by students of all ages. Select entries are made into holiday street banners to decorate light poles in downtown Wabash, North Manchester, and Peru. All Wabash County entries are on display in the Clark Gallery at the Honeywell Center through December 11. The Wabash County competition is sponsored by the Robert and Peggy McCallen Banner Contest Endowment, with Miami County sponsored by First Bank of Berne with additional support provided by the Beta Gamma Chapter of Psi Iota Xi. 

The arts have a proven, substantial impact during formative years by improving academic performance, motor skills, confidence, creativity, focus, and collaboration. Honeywell Arts In Education is a collection of programs created for educators to reap these developmental benefits in the classroom. Programs are offered at little or no cost to the schools, allowing all students to participate regardless of socioeconomic situations. A complimentary component to school art classes, exhibits and contests featuring original student artwork are held throughout the school year. 

Wabash County School Banner Selections 

Emmanuel Christian School: Brooklyn Nordman, Second Grade 

Heartland Career Center: Alexis Varney, Twelfth Grade 

Homeschool Division: Olivia Haarer, Fourth Grade 

L H Carpenter Early Learning Center: Ashton Culver, Pre-K 

Manchester Elementary School: Khaleesi Presl, Kindergarten 

Manchester Intermediate School: Kerry Miller, Fifth Grade 

Manchester Junior – Senior High School: Audra Tobias, Eighth Grade 

Metro North Elementary School: Chloe Davis, Kindergarten 

Northfield Junior – Senior High School: Emma Bone, Eleventh Grade 

OJ Neighbours Elementary School: Carter Jones, First Grade 

Sharp Creek Elementary School: Trentin Nelson, Sixth Grade 

Southwood Elementary School: Avery Cordle, Second Grade 

Southwood Junior – Senior High School: Emma Adams, Twelfth Grade 

St. Bernard School: Carson Dale, Fourth Grade 

Wabash Middle School: Ember Christle, Seventh Grade 

Wabash High School: Katelynn Combs, Twelfth Grade 

Wabash County Grade Level Selections 

Southwood Elementary School: Wrenley Blocker, Pre-K 

Manchester Elementary School: Coraleigh Volk, Kindergarten 

Metro North Elementary School: Lyla Martin, First Grade 

Metro North Elementary School: Eliza Vawter, Second Grade 

Sharp Creek Elementary School: Anna Dubois, Third Grade 

Sharp Creek Elementary School: Adler Zwiebel, Fourth Grade 

Sharp Creek Elementary School: Easton Haupert, Fifth Grade 

Wabash Middle School: Katherine Bradford-Marks, Sixth Grade 

Northfield Junior – Senior High School: Emerson Zwiebel, Seventh Grade 

Wabash Middle School: Zoe Vail, Eighth Grade 

Northfield Junior – Senior High School: Chloie Youngblood, Ninth Grade 

Southwood Junior – Senior High School: Malia Mahan, Tenth Grade 

Wabash High School: Nevaeh Starr, Eleventh Grade 

Wabash High School: Asa Thomas, Twelfth Grade 

Wabash County Sponsor’s Choice Banner Selections 

Selected by the McCallen Family 

Manchester Intermediate School: Lillian Donaldson, Fifth Grade 

OJ Neighbours Elementary School: Rayann Caudill, First Grade 

Southwood Elementary School: Zoey Eckman, Fourth Grade 

Wabash County Robert and Peggy McCallen Excellence Award 

Northfield Junior – Senior High School: Layne Denton, Twelfth Grade 

Miami County School Banner Selections 

Blair Pointe Elementary School: Lydia Marburger, Sixth Grade 

Elmwood Primary Learning Center: Anna Durrwachter, First Grade 

Maconaquah Elementary School: Payton Roller, Fifth Grade 

Maconaquah Middle School: Cristian Acuna, Sixth Grade 

North Miami Elementary School: Olivia Hight, Kindergarten 

North Miami Middle School: Sydney Lane, Seventh Grade 

North Miami High School: Lulu McBride, Twelfth Grade 

Peru Junior – Senior High School: Jerezey Doolin, Eighth Grade 

Pipe Creek Elementary School: Emma Mitchell, First Grade 

Peru Junior – Senior High School: Ethan Taylor, Twelfth Grade 

Miami County Grade Level Selections 

Elmwood Primary Learning Center: Lorelai Bainbridge, Kindergarten 

North Miami Elementary School: Jackson Koon, First Grade 

Elmwood Primary Learning Center: Kaley Jewell, Second Grade 

North Miami Elementary School: Lily Houchin, Third Grade 

Maconaquah Elementary School: Evelyn Armstrong, Fourth Grade 

North Miami Elementary School: Savannah Smith, Fifth Grade 

North Miami Elementary School: Aubrie Bex, Sixth Grade 

North Miami Middle School: Laila Grimm, Seventh Grade 

North Miami Middle School: Sophei Seifried, Eighth Grade 

North Miami High School: Summer Lambert, Ninth Grade 

Peru High School: Tobi Odubena, Tenth Grade 

North Miami High School: Alex Gerstorff, Eleventh Grade 

Peru Junior – Senior High School: Cassandra Duckwall, Twelfth Grade 

Miami County Sponsor’s Choice Banner Selections 

Selected by First Bank of Berne 

Elmwood Primary Learning Center: Cynthia Sims, First Grade 

Peru Junior – Senior High School: Emily Lewis, Eleventh Grade 

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About Honeywell Arts & Entertainment 

Honeywell Arts & Entertainment encompasses the full range of arts opportunities and venues of The Honeywell Foundation, a nonprofit public charity based in Wabash, Indiana. The organization is dedicated to providing arts, education, and entertainment for all through live entertainment, movies, arts education, cultural events, culinary experiences, Honeywell Arts Academy, and more. Offerings take place at seven venues including the Honeywell Center, Honeywell House, Eagles Theatre, Charley Creek Gardens, Dr. James Ford Historic Home, Clarkson House, and 13-24 Drive In. Honeywell Arts & Entertainment partners with a network of venues throughout the region to further the reach of live entertainment programming. Honeywell Arts & Entertainment programs and activities are made possible by generous donors and in part by Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, Regional Arts Partner; the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency; and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. For more information about Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, please visit HoneywellArts.org. 

Media Contact: Jessica Bott | pr@honeywellarts.org | (260) 274-1429 

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