Two art students to be published in this year's 100 Neediest Cases campaign

Seven students from Pattonville High School submitted artwork to the 100 Neediest Cases art contest sponsored by the United Way and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 
 
Art by sophomore Macy Bunton and senior Caleb Simpkins was selected to be among the top 40 entries and will appear in the print and/or online editions beginning Nov. 21.
 
Additionally, the following students submitted work and will be on display at the Missouri History Museum from Dec. 6 to Jan. 3: Jada Brown, Aileen Cortez Gomez, Payton Crump-McHugh, Jessica Hurtado and Michael Montoya Jr.
 
The Neediest Cases campaign has helped thousands of disadvantaged families during the holidays, with the Post-Dispatch highlighting 100 to raise awareness and encourage donations for thousands of needy families.
 
The art students are part of Beth Kathriner’s Drawing 2 class.

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