Domestic Violence Art Contest winners announced

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Shaniece Saylor, a sophomore at White Castle High School recently placed second in the CCRT Domestic Violence Art Contest. She is pictured with Judy O'Bear.

Shaniece Saylor, a sophomore at White Castle High School recently placed second in the CCRT Domestic Violence Art Contest. She is pictured with Judy O'Bear. The award ceremony was held on Oct. 16 during the Take Back the Night- Stop the Violence Against Women and Children Program sponsored by the Iris Domestic Violence Center. Schools involved were St. John - 25 entries, Plaquemine - 10 entries, MSA East - one entry and White Castle - one entry. The event was held at the Bayou Plaquemine Water Park in Plaquemine.