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Navarre High student wins Congressional art competition

| Hansen Hasenberg
A Navarre student’s artwork is heading to Washington, D.C. Noah Villarreal, a junior at Navarre High School, competed in the 2024 Congressional Art Competition and was named the first-place prize winner for Florida’s first congressional district. Villareal’s art piece was among 193 entrees from across the district, which stretches from Escambia County to Walton County. According to U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, it was the most successful year of the art competition.
Noah Villarreal, a junior at Navarre High, is the winner of the 2024 Congressional Art Competition.


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