Art Students Place in United Way’s 100 Neediest Cases Competition

Each year, 100 Neediest Cases and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch invite local artists at the high school and college level to submit a drawing representing United Way’s mission.

The top 40 winners’ artwork will be on display at the Missouri History Museum from November 25 through December 9.

A reception for the winners will be December 5 at 2:00 p.m. at the Missouri History Museum.
In mid November, the artwork will be displayed in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.

Congratulations to the following MICDS Students:

Pedro Edmond, 2nd Place
Francis Posega Rappleye, 5th Place
Isabella Fox, 7th Place
Skyler Halbeck, 12th Place
Nissy Lee, 19th Place
Emily Butler, 23rd Place
Carlye Goldenberg, 25th Place
Mia Howerton, 30th Place
Emma Stockman, 31st Place
Cassandra Gallardo, 33rd Place