KFS wins first place in competition

Published 2:32 pm Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Kenston Forest School (KFS) won first place in the Association of Virginia Academies Fine Arts Competition. Upper School Fine Arts, Roy R. Pearson Award — first place, KFS; Novice Short Story — first place Madison Tunnicliff (South Hill); Novice Essay —second place, McKayla Smith (South Hill); Varsity Short Story, third place — Emily Hawthorne, (Lunenburg); Varsity Poetry, first place — Leslie Lu Walker (Baskerville); KFS yearbook —first place. Pictured are, from left, sponsor Susan Lenhart (Fort Mitchel), Tunnicliff, Smith, Hawthorne, Walker, and KFS Yearbook adviser Patricia Mahaney. Not pictured Varsity Essay — first place, Chance Whitehead (Crewe).