Governor’s Ornament Tip

October 2, 2015



Henry County opened up a competition to all art teachers in their school system and chose Kristina Lynn Weldin of Magna Vista High School’s submission. It includes “Henry County in 100 words” and is a see through ball ornament with slips of red and green paper including single-word descriptions of the county. On the exterior is the hand-painted county seal with a touch of holly at the top. Henry County came up with a lovely way to get citizens involved in a county-wide program. Thank you Ms. Weldin for participating, and thank you, Henry County for getting involved!

Don’t forget – the deadline for submission is November 1!

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