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Wynter Larrabee

Wynter Larrabee

The MassDOT Aeronautics Division recently held judging at the State level for the 2020 International Aviation Art Contest “Flying Yesterday and Tomorrow.”

The State winners in the three categories are listed below:

Category I ages (6-9)

  • First place – Wynter Larrabee, Nantucket Flying Association, Nantucket
  • Second place – Brody Guay, Saint Margaret’s Regional School, Buzzard’s Bay
  • Third place – Katrina Semple, Saint Margaret’s Regional School, Buzzard’s Bay
Dominic Mota

Dominic Mota

Category II ages (10-13)

  • First place – Dominic Mota, Saint Margaret’s Regional School, Buzzard’s Bay
  • Second Place – Donovan Stanton, St. Margaret’s Regional School, Buzzard’s Bay
  • Third place – Lucas Barrigre, Saint Margaret’s Regional School, Buzzard’s Bay

Category III ages (14-17)

  • First place – Jinn Janpathompong , Lexington High School, Lexington
  • Second place – Richard Price, Plymouth South High School, Plymouth
  • Third place – Kaitlin Maloney, Plymouth South High School, Plymouth
Jinn Janpathompong

Jinn Janpathompong

Students will receive certificates of recognition from the Aeronautics Division.

Jeff DeCarlo, Aeronautics Division Administrator extends his congratulations to all the students who participated in this year’s art contest.

All state winning art work has been forwarded to the National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) IN Washington, D.C. for National judging this March.

 

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