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SHS student wins SPEDA art contest


Somerset High School senior Elia Frazier was the winner of SPEDA's art contest. She received a $250 cash prize and will help paint three water towers with artist Jordan Justice this summer. From left, Lake Cumberland Tourism Director Michelle Allen, Pulaski County Library Director Charlotte Keeney, Justice, Frazier, SPEDA communications consultant Julie Harris, Somerset Tourist & Convention Commission Director Leslie Ikerd, SPEDA Chief Administrative Officer Jessica Carlton, and SPEDA President & CEO Chris Girdler.


Somerset High School senior wins SPEDA art contest


Elia Frazier will assist artist Jordan Justice in painting murals on water tanks


Somerset High School senior Elia Frazier will spend her summer showing her community what she can do.


Residents and visitors traveling U.S. 27 on the south end of Somerset-Pulaski County will be able to watch Frazier learn and share her talent as she joins local artist Jordan Justice in painting three water towers at the City of Somerset’s Water Treatment Plant.


Frazier is the winner of the Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) art contest, which endeavored to pair a local art student with Justice to complete the second phase of the water tank beautification project. 

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