Young Shelton artists bring emergency preparedness to life through art
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SHELTON — City students were well represented in the Naugatuck Valley Health District’s first youth art contest.
Cira Teran of the Shelton Intermediate School placed second, and the Perry Hill School’s Victoria Kim placed third in the 6th to 8th grade competition, while Shelton High School’s Paige Mamone placed second among high schoolers participating in the 2021 Emergency Preparedness Art Contest.