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Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr. and Contest Sponsors proudly welcome you to the :  Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr. and Contest Sponsors proudly welcome you to the 2007 American Spirit Poster Contest State Winners’ Gallery Celebrating Louisiana: Home Sweet Home Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr.:  Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr. “I am extremely amazed by the talent exhibited by each of the young artists who participated in this year’s contest. Seeing such promise in our states’ children makes me proud to call Louisiana my ‘home sweet home’.” 2007 American Spirit Poster Contest State Winners:  2007 American Spirit Poster Contest State Winners Kindergarten Honorable Mention Jaggard O’Daniels Perrin Early Learning Center Tangipahoa Parish :  Kindergarten Honorable Mention Jaggard O’Daniels Perrin Early Learning Center Tangipahoa Parish American Spirit to me in Louisiana is celebrating Mardi Gras, watching the saints, and playing with my friends at home. -Jaggard O’Daniels Kindergarten 3rd Place Jesi Achord North Live Oak Elementary Livingston Parish :  Kindergarten 3rd Place Jesi Achord North Live Oak Elementary Livingston Parish I love Louisiana because of the animals and the Cajun food. My favorite animals are snapping turtles, alligators and crawfish. -Jesi Spencer Achord Kindergarten 2nd Place Sydney Waguespack St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux :  Kindergarten 2nd Place Sydney Waguespack St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux My poster shows different animals that live with us in Louisiana. It shows the seafood and other animals found in our state. It is great to live in Louisiana with these creatures. -Sydney Waguespack Kindergarten 1st Place Cody Heldebrandt Herndon Magnet School Caddo Parish :  Kindergarten 1st Place Cody Heldebrandt Herndon Magnet School Caddo Parish The best part of America is eating the good food of Louisiana. -Cody Heldebrandt First Grade Honorable Mention Dillon Crum Jonesville Elementary Catahoula Parish :  First Grade Honorable Mention Dillon Crum Jonesville Elementary Catahoula Parish I drew a Saints player, a chef, an artist, a trumpet player, and a house with roses around it. It means a lot to me. I’m happy to be an American. -Dillon Crum First Grade 3rd Place Bailey Russell Meadowview Elementary Bossier Parish :  First Grade 3rd Place Bailey Russell Meadowview Elementary Bossier Parish Louisiana is my “Home Sweet Home” because that is where I live and that is where my friends and family are. Louisiana is a great place to live and has lots of things to do. -Bailey Russell First Grade 2nd Place Nakia Hall Central Elementary Caddo Parish :  First Grade 2nd Place Nakia Hall Central Elementary Caddo Parish Louisiana is a fun state. Mardi Gras is my favorite celebration. -Nakia Hall First Grade 1st Place Madison Gerhart LaPlace Elementary St. John the Baptist Parish :  First Grade 1st Place Madison Gerhart LaPlace Elementary St. John the Baptist Parish I love Mardi Gras. There are people everywhere having fun. Beads fly everywhere and it is so much fun. This is Louisiana. -Madison Gerhart Second Grade Honorable Mention Mikah Smith Mangham Elementary Richland Parish:  Second Grade Honorable Mention Mikah Smith Mangham Elementary Richland Parish People really like to fish in our Louisiana lakes and enjoy the wildlife. I wish I could catch a fish like this. -Mikah Smith Second Grade 3rd Place Breanna Allen Herndon Magnet School Caddo Parish:  Second Grade 3rd Place Breanna Allen Herndon Magnet School Caddo Parish The Spirit of America is Freedom. -Breanna Allen Second Grade 2nd Place Tyler Capps Green Park School Jefferson Parish :  Second Grade 2nd Place Tyler Capps Green Park School Jefferson Parish My heart belongs to Louisiana forever. I love the fishing, food, music, Mardi Gras, people, and the Saints! -Tyler Capps Second Grade 1st Place Mallory LaCombe Levi Milton Elementary Livingston Parish:  Second Grade 1st Place Mallory LaCombe Levi Milton Elementary Livingston Parish For the people who lost their homes in the hurricanes, it is our responsibility to make them feel like they are welcome in our communities and feel like this is where they now belong. Louisiana is a great place to call home because we have such good people, great food, and a spirit that can survive anything! -Mallory LaCombe Third Grade Honorable Mention Megan Waguespack St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux:  Third Grade Honorable Mention Megan Waguespack St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux The American Spirit means living in a unique state with its own culture, food, and its own traditions. I feel that Louisiana is the best place to call home! -Megan Waguespack Third Grade 3rd Place Christopher Bourgeois Galvez Primary School Ascension Parish :  Third Grade 3rd Place Christopher Bourgeois Galvez Primary School Ascension Parish My poster represents a cabin in the swamp. I called my poster “Swamp State” because our state has many swamps throughout its land. Celebrating and loving America and Louisiana is what the American Spirit means to me. I love my “home sweet home” in Louisiana! -Christopher Bourgeois Third Grade 2nd Place Sarah Edwards Prien Lake Elementary Calcasieu Parish:  Third Grade 2nd Place Sarah Edwards Prien Lake Elementary Calcasieu Parish I love living in Louisiana. It is a peaceful and beautiful place. Our food, people and our scenery make this state unique. I love it. -Sarah Edwards Third Grade 1st Place Lexy Booty North Corbin Elementary Livingston Parish:  Third Grade 1st Place Lexy Booty North Corbin Elementary Livingston Parish Living in America is a great opportunity to reach your dreams. One day I would like to live the American dream with a camp on the bayou. -Lexy Booty Fourth Grade Honorable Mention Bryan Lewis Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish:  Fourth Grade Honorable Mention Bryan Lewis Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish My poster, “Everyone is Welcome in My Home”, is about a black boy and a white boy who are friends. They both like to skateboard and play in their tree house. Living in Louisiana is sharing my home with friends. -Bryan Lewis Fourth Grade 3rd Place Elizabeth Nuss Lake Harbor Middle School St. Tammany Parish:  Fourth Grade 3rd Place Elizabeth Nuss Lake Harbor Middle School St. Tammany Parish I enjoyed doing this poster because Louisiana is the golden state in my heart… from football to jazz music to Mardi Gras… I love it all! -Elizabeth Nuss Fourth Grade 2nd Place Ashlyn Kirby Bayou Vista Elementary St. Mary Parish:  Fourth Grade 2nd Place Ashlyn Kirby Bayou Vista Elementary St. Mary Parish My poster represents a delicious natural resource that our state has. Seafood is something we all enjoy eating. The American Spirit to me means sharing and helping each other. I thought I would show what our state shares with other states and countries. Seafood is a market. Louisiana fishermen make a living and support their families with income they earn from catching and marketing seafood. -Ashlyn Kirby Fourth Grade 1st Place Cheyanne DeMars Albany Upper Elementary Livingston Parish:  Fourth Grade 1st Place Cheyanne DeMars Albany Upper Elementary Livingston Parish American Spirit to me means freedom. In Louisiana we have the freedom to live in the city or the bayou. -Cheyanne DeMars Fifth Grade Honorable Mention Ebony Corner Melrose Elementary East Baton Rouge Parish:  Fifth Grade Honorable Mention Ebony Corner Melrose Elementary East Baton Rouge Parish My boat represents survival. The hand is a celebration of the help that was given across Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. The American Spirit means freedom and being your own person. So let us see the sweetness of Louisiana by celebrating each other and ourselves. -Ebony Corner Fifth Grade 3rd Place Taylor Thompson Meadowview Elementary Bossier Parish:  Fifth Grade 3rd Place Taylor Thompson Meadowview Elementary Bossier Parish My poster means welcome back to those who had to leave the state because of tragedy. -Taylor Thompson Fifth Grade Second Place Simon Clause Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish:  Fifth Grade Second Place Simon Clause Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish I think the American Spirit means fellowship and courage for my family and me. My setting was Grand Isle because it was where my mom grew up and it was like a second home. It’s also the same way for me. The oil rig in the background is what my granddad and I would see when we went salt water fishing. I know that it gives me a chance to show my feeling for Louisiana. -Simon Clause Fifth Grade 1st Place Reed Kirk Lake Harbor Middle School St. Tammany Parish:  Fifth Grade 1st Place Reed Kirk Lake Harbor Middle School St. Tammany Parish Freedom. You can just have a good time and not be ruled. I love the people protesting for good rights. I love everybody playing jazz in the streets. The best part is everybody pitching in to rebuild Louisiana. -Reed Kirk Sixth Grade Honorable Mention Victoria Christian Shongaloo School Webster Parish:  Sixth Grade Honorable Mention Victoria Christian Shongaloo School Webster Parish I tried to include things that represent what I love about Louisiana. Mardi Gras and our wildlife are two of the things I love. I also love our musical history. I used blue in the background to complement the orange in the subject. -Victoria Christian Sixth Grade 3rd Place Garrett Mock Cameron Elementary Cameron Parish:  Sixth Grade 3rd Place Garrett Mock Cameron Elementary Cameron Parish The American Spirit is about rebuilding our community. My poster shows a house with a blue roof (tarp). -Garrett Mock Sixth Grade 2nd Place Olivia Coffman St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma- Thibodaux:  Sixth Grade 2nd Place Olivia Coffman St. Joseph Catholic Elementary Diocese of Houma- Thibodaux The scene in my poster represents all the wonderful things our state has to offer. The American Spirit means strength, perseverance and ingenuity: all things that the people of Louisiana have! -Olivia Coffman Sixth Grade 1st Place Mengru He Mandeville Middle School St. Tammany Parish:  Sixth Grade 1st Place Mengru He Mandeville Middle School St. Tammany Parish Home, family, love, friends, customs, and art is what American Spirit means to me. -Mengru He Seventh Grade Honorable Mention Lauryn Thomas Homer Junior High Claiborne Parish:  Seventh Grade Honorable Mention Lauryn Thomas Homer Junior High Claiborne Parish My poster is a collage. I drew lots of different things in Louisiana’s culture. All that Louisiana means to me, I drew on this poster. I love this state, and all the customs of it. -Lauryn Thomas Seventh Grade 3rd Place Pedro Richard Gretna Middle School Jefferson Parish:  Seventh Grade 3rd Place Pedro Richard Gretna Middle School Jefferson Parish My poster is about all the great things that Louisiana has to offer. Such as good food, music, Mardi Gras, and unique animals. That is why I love to live in the great Louisiana. -Pedro Richard Seventh Grade Second Place Brandon Lewis Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish:  Seventh Grade Second Place Brandon Lewis Crescent Elementary and Junior High Iberville Parish I did the subjects on my poster because you can find most of them at my house. I have my own drum set, my skateboard, and I really like Mardi Gras. It was an honor to be able to do this poster. To me, all of these subjects mean home sweet home. -Brandon Lewis Seventh Grade 1st Place Dina Mendez South Cameron School Cameron Parish:  Seventh Grade 1st Place Dina Mendez South Cameron School Cameron Parish This poster is about a mother reading to her daughter before her bedtime and her dad is away working. The American Spirit is about everyone working hard to come back to Cameron, Louisiana. -Dina Mendez Eighth Grade Honorable Mention Michael Lemoine, Jr. Central Caholic High School Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux:  Eighth Grade Honorable Mention Michael Lemoine, Jr. Central Caholic High School Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux American Spirit means that you should have pride in what you do, in what you say, and in the way you act! -Michael Lemoine, Jr. Eighth Grade 3rd Place Kelly Yates Franklinton Junior High Washington Parish:  Eighth Grade 3rd Place Kelly Yates Franklinton Junior High Washington Parish The American Spirit means that people can recover from whatever disaster occurs. It also means that people will help each other and rebuild when a tragic disaster occurs. -Kelly Yates Eighth Grade 2nd Place Samantha Serrano Marrero Middle School Jefferson Parish:  Eighth Grade 2nd Place Samantha Serrano Marrero Middle School Jefferson Parish My poster is about Louisiana Spirit. Louisiana means a lot to me because I grew up here and I think this state has the best people, celebrations, cultures, and tourist attractions. I love Louisiana! -Samantha Serrano Eighth Grade 1st Place Elmer Jones, Jr. Homer Junior High Claiborne Parish:  Eighth Grade 1st Place Elmer Jones, Jr. Homer Junior High Claiborne Parish My poster means honesty and teamwork. It shows how courteous the people of Louisiana are. It also shows how Louisiana is a mixture of all kinds of customs, people, and styles. These are all mixed up together (like the gumbo in the pot), and we all pitch in to help each other. That is the American (or Louisianan) Spirit to me. -Elmer Jones, Jr. 2007 American Spirit Poster Contest Grand Prize Winners:  2007 American Spirit Poster Contest Grand Prize Winners Louisiana Resource Center for Educators Grand Prize Darian Picou 5th Grade Cameron Elementary Cameron Parish:  Louisiana Resource Center for Educators Grand Prize Darian Picou 5th Grade Cameron Elementary Cameron Parish There’s no place like home, there is no place like Louisiana. My poster is based on the Wizard of Oz. Dorothy wanted to go home to Kansas. I just wanted to go back to Cameron. -Darian Picou Louisiana Art and Science Museum Grand Prize Tatayana Colston 5th Grade College Oaks Elementary Calcasieu Parish:  Louisiana Art and Science Museum Grand Prize Tatayana Colston 5th Grade College Oaks Elementary Calcasieu Parish Just like the endangered pelican, Louisiana has suffered from the loss of wetlands, homes, people, and more- But the spirit of the people of Louisiana is hard to beat down, and the pelican whose return we celebrate along with all the great things about our state. -Tatyana Colston La Capitol Federal Credit Union Grand Prize Breaneshia Thompson 8th Grade Rusheon Middle School Bossier Parish:  La Capitol Federal Credit Union Grand Prize Breaneshia Thompson 8th Grade Rusheon Middle School Bossier Parish I painted the painting because I think it reflects my love of going to the lake. -Breaneshia Thompson The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge Grand Prize Morgan Primeaux 3rd Grade South Cameron School Cameron Parish:  The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge Grand Prize Morgan Primeaux 3rd Grade South Cameron School Cameron Parish My Poster is about living in a camper. It is our home. Everyone is working to rebuild Cameron. That is the American Spirit. -Morgan Primeaux Miss LSU-USA Grand Prize Kyla D’Arensbourg 2nd Grade Zachary Elementary Zachary Community Schools:  Miss LSU-USA Grand Prize Kyla D’Arensbourg 2nd Grade Zachary Elementary Zachary Community Schools I painted a picture of a soldier. He is away from home serving our country. At our Veteran’s Day program at school, I learned that men and women in the military make a lot of sacrifices. They go away from their families and homes that they love. That is the true American Spirit. -Kyla D’Arensbourg 2007 Stephen E. Ambrose Award Winner:  2007 Stephen E. Ambrose Award Winner Stephen E. Ambrose Award Trey Blanchard 8th Grade Crescent Elementary & Junior High Iberville Parish:  Stephen E. Ambrose Award Trey Blanchard 8th Grade Crescent Elementary & Junior High Iberville Parish To me, home is found along the Bayou. Home is where there’s fish, wild game, moss, and cypress trees. This is a sanctuary from the rest of the worlds fast pace hustle. The bayou has a soothing effect on me; it slows me down, makes me think, and basically calms me. This is home, and this is the American Spirit. -Trey Blanchard

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