A Christian County High School student claimed first place in Governor Matt Bevin’s 2018 Public Service Recognition Week poster contest.
Jenna Humphries won the 14-to-18 age group, according to information provided by Governor Bevin’s office, which says over 1,300 students from 86 schools across Kentucky entered a poster in the contest.
During a ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion, Gov. Bevin and Personnel Cabinet Secretary Thomas Stephens praised the talent and creativity of the winners. Governor Bevin says, “The students created incredible artwork that truly honors the important work of public employees and captures the spirit of the contest theme: Great People Doing Great Jobs.”
The contest is part of Public Service Recognition Week in Kentucky, being held April 22-28. A national celebration that began in 1985, the week is set aside to honor the men and women who serve as federal, state, county and local government employees.