Local 4th grader wins art contest

A local student won a national poster contest.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution held an art contest on the topic of the future.

The winner was drawn by Cynthia Steger, a fourth grader at McCracken County’s Concord Elementary School.

She says in her future, cars will hover over the roads using magnetism.

They will also run on green energy like solar power or wind.

But when we asked Cynthia how she thought she did this is what she had to say.

“I do want to add that this is not my best work. I’ve done things that are better than this,” said Cynthia.

Cynthia’s poster won first place in Kentucky and in a division with four other states.

Two other students at Concord, Nick  Mosek and Adyson Chambers, also received awards in the contest.

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