Ohio Hills Health Services will be holding events for the National Health Center Week Celebration.This year’s National Health Center Week Celebration will be focused on getting students and their families “Back to School,” in “Super Hero” fashion. Immunizations, physicals and dental screening will be available. The events will be held the week of July 31 – August 4. Please see event flyer for more information.
Union Local Schools paving project is currently in progress. Please use the school entrance at the light to access the Elementary. Use main entrance across from Doan Ford, using the front access road only to reach the Middle and High schools until further notice.
Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) is pleased to announce that Summer Emory, a junior at Union Local High School will represent his office in the United States Capitol as a winner in the 2017 Congressional Art Competition, An Artistic Discovery.
Miss Emory’s artwork, titled “Mr. Hoeffner”, was done on clayboard. Clayboard is a modern art form of scratchboard in which a wood panel is coated with clay, covered in black ink, and then “scratched” by the artist.
As district winner, Miss Emory is invited to participate in a ceremony in late June in Washington D.C. with the other congressional district winners from around the country. Southwest Airlines generously donated two tickets to each district winner and a parent to be used for travel to and from the ceremony.
This is the 5th time in the last 7 years that the 6th Congressional District Art Competition winner is a student at Union Local High School in the class of teacher Lisa Marple.
Residents of Eastern and Southeastern Ohio will be able to view Miss Emory’s work while on guided tours of the Capitol building. The artwork of other finalists will be displayed in Representative Johnson’s Washington D.C. and district offices.
The students’ artwork was judged by a panel the week of May 1st.
The final winning spot will be up for a public vote on Congressman Johnson’s Facebook page beginning on Thursday, May 11th. Five entries (from Carrollton, Canfield, Union Local, Indian Valley and Southern Local) will be posted, and the artwork receiving the most “likes” by Sunday, May 14th at 11:59 pm will be named the “People’s Choice” winner, and will be displayed in a district office. (Press Release by Ben Keeler)
Please visit the Congressman’s Facebook page and vote for our very own Hannah Kemp and her artwork titled, “Let the Good Times Roll”
Union Local Art students are entered in the 6th District Congressional art show that will be juried in May. The winning piece will hang in the United States Capitol for one year representing Congressman Bill Johnson’s District. The other four runner-ups will be displayed in his offices for a year as well. Please visit Congressman Bill Johnson’s Facebook page to vote for the people’s choice award winner. Voting only runs until Sunday, May 14th.
The artwork entered must be two-dimensional. Each framed artwork can be no larger than 26 inches high, 26 inches wide, and 4 inches deep. Even when framed, it must still measure no larger than the above maximum dimensions. No framed piece should weigh more than 15 pounds.
The four Union Local students entered in the show this year are:
Emmy Cordner’s charcoal “Calm Before the Storm”
Hannah Kemp’s clayboard “Let the Good Times Roll”
Summer Emory’s clayboard “Mr. Hoeffner”
Braden Robinson’s clayboard “Rollin through the Decades”
Good Luck everyone!
Update – Summer Emory’s clayboard “Mr. Hoeffner” is winner of the 6th District Congressional art show and Hannah Kemp is the winner of the People’s Choice award with her entry “Let the Good Times Roll”.
junior livestock show kicks off at midweek
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