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Mountain View Education Fair Highlights Student Talent

Story by Monica Zill

Drew Foy

The students of the Mountain View Conference schools recently participated in the conference’s annual education fair. All students had to make a Bible, science, history and/or art project. There were 28 projects in the Bible category, and Taylor Hinkle from Summersville Seventh-day Adventist School in Summersville, W.Va., was named best of show for her project called “God’s Desert Home.”

There were 27 projects in the science category, and Nate Tinnel from Summersville was named best of show for his project “Taste and Smell.” There were 55 projects in history, and Lacey Stecker from Highland Adventist School in Elkins, W.Va., won best of show for her “Pirates” project. There were 60 art projects, and Drew Foy from Valley View Adventist School in Bluefield, W.Va., won best of show for a painting called “Self Portrait.”

Jessica Pepper, from Greenbriar Valley Academy in Lewisburg, W.Va., submitted a project called “X-ray of a Clear Man.” She said, “I got a first place, which made me happy, and I enjoyed being with friends from other schools.”