Students participate in Chalk Art Fest downtown

Cedar Hill art teacher Rick Rother, left, directs the work of his art club students Friday on the sidewalk along West High Street. The chalk art was patriotic in remembrance of Sept. 11 in the Chalk Art Fest, part of the Connect to the Arts Festival. In the background, students from West Elementary works on their chalk art.

Cedar Hill art teacher Rick Rother, left, directs the work of his art club students Friday on the sidewalk along West High Street. The chalk art was patriotic in remembrance of Sept. 11 in the Chalk Art Fest, part of the Connect to the Arts Festival. In the background, students from West Elementary works on their chalk art. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

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West Elementary School art club students Brishae Hinton, left, and Molly Rhoades work together on chalk art Friday.

Attracting numerous students from multiple area art clubs, the Chalk Art Fest left a block of High Street covered in stars and stripes.

The annual competition, a part of the Connect to the Arts Festival, featured art clubs from Russellville, Jefferson City Academic Center, Simonsen 9th Grade Center, and Cedar Hill and West elementaries.

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Cedar Hill Elementary School art club students Jillian Burrow, left, and Jackie Hensley draw some of the chalk art Friday.

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