Westview contest winners


Newberry Middle School students Trinity Norris and Shwanda Pratt won first place in Westview Behavioral Health’s September art and poetry contest as a part of the September Celebration of Recovery. Students had to draw, paint or write a poem on what a life free from addiction meant to them. Both students were presented with a certificate and a $50 Wal-Mart gift card courtesy of Westview Behavioral Health.


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Newberry Middle School students Trinity Norris and Shwanda Pratt won first place in Westview Behavioral Health’s September art and poetry contest as a part of the September Celebration of Recovery. Students had to draw, paint or write a poem on what a life free from addiction meant to them. Both students were presented with a certificate and a $50 Wal-Mart gift card courtesy of Westview Behavioral Health.

Newberry Middle School students Trinity Norris and Shwanda Pratt won first place in Westview Behavioral Health’s September art and poetry contest as a part of the September Celebration of Recovery. Students had to draw, paint or write a poem on what a life free from addiction meant to them. Both students were presented with a certificate and a $50 Wal-Mart gift card courtesy of Westview Behavioral Health.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_2308.jpgNewberry Middle School students Trinity Norris and Shwanda Pratt won first place in Westview Behavioral Health’s September art and poetry contest as a part of the September Celebration of Recovery. Students had to draw, paint or write a poem on what a life free from addiction meant to them. Both students were presented with a certificate and a $50 Wal-Mart gift card courtesy of Westview Behavioral Health. Courtesy photo
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