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FTHS Senior Earns Second Runner-up Spot in 2020 Fourth Congressional District Art Competition

The winners of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition were announced by Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04), who sponsors the annual competition and art show for high school students in the Fourth Congressional District as part of the nationwide competition organized by the Congressional Institute to help recognize and foster artistic talent in each congressional district.

“We’re glad this event, though modified, remained popular and competitive ensuring that NJ-04 high school artists, who had already planned and worked hard to create amazing artwork, could still participate. The 2020 show was set up in a ‘virtual’ gallery,” Smith said noting, “The show had over 1,000 views of the spectacular work by these aspiring student artists.”

The Second Place Runner-up- “Mementos," was an oil on canvas by Kylie Frew, a senior at Freehold Township High School.

Kylie Frew's winning piece