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Category I (6-9) -1st Place- Jidapa  Janpathompong – Fiske School –Lexington

Category I (6-9) -1st Place- Jidapa Janpathompong – Fiske School –Lexington

A Lexington, Massachusetts student winner as chosen in MassDOT’s Aeronautics Division State level judging of the 2014 International Aviation Art Contest “ Flying Saves Lives” has now been awarded First Place in the national competition by the  National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) in Washington D.C.

The entry submitted in the Junior category receiving First Place in the U.S. Aviation Art Contest:  Jidapa  Janpathompong – Fiske School –Lexington, MA. This student winner’s work and other national winners from the U.S.  will be forwarded to Switzerland for the international judging.

The contest managed by NASAO is designed to motivate and encourage young people to become familiar with and participate in aeronautics, engineering, and science.

Congratulations!

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