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Welcome to the Junior Duck Stamp Art Program in Louisiana

Federal Jr. Duck Stamp program. Credit: USFWS

Federal Jr. Duck Stamp program. Credit: USFWS

Louisiana's 2006"Best of Show"

Conservation message, "To conserve nature each day will perserve nature for life." James Theriot, Jr., 18, of Crown Point, LA, Fisher Middle/High School. Credit: USFWS
Conservation message, "To conserve nature each day will perserve nature for life." James Theriot, Jr., 18, of Crown Point, LA, Fisher Middle/High School. Credit: USFWS

 

Louisiana Junior Duck Stamp Art Competition – 2006

  • Group I, Grades K – 3
    1st place- Francelly Lugo-Gretna, Chandler Newman-Baton Rouge, Karishma Jones-Baton Rouge
    2nd place- Stacy Barrera -Terrytown, Sabrina Arthubel-Terrytown, Arron Freeman- Jonesboro
    3rd place- Alexis Jones-Terrytown, Laramie McElveen-Kentwood, Peyton Hines-Lutcher
    Honorable Mention
    Emily Weidert-Gramercy, Alex Moran-Gretna, Devonta Wooten-Terrytown, Emma O’Donnell-Monroe, Jessica Hagan-Grand Isle, Shavandalyn Mack-Monroe, Wayneisha Jefferson-New Orleans, Eloisa Abella-New Orleans, Ray Shaughn Armant-Harvey, Spencer Blum-Shreveport, Ashley Picou-Terrrytown, Morgan Bourgeois-Paulina, Samantha Sheppard-Terrytown, Elezabeth Hutchinson-Kentwood, PaDarius Gremillion-Baton Rouge, and Lindsey Martin-Patterson

  • Group II, Grades 4 – 6
    1st place- Brianna Boyle-River Ridge, Thomas Anderson-Mandeville, Margret McNeal-Mandeville
    2nd place- Mengru He-Mandeville, Kelli Laderer-Lacombe, Kristen Guidotti-Mandeville
    3rd place- Kelley McClenahan-Mandeville, Ashley Hunt-Mandeville, Valerie Vidal-Mandeville
    Honorable Mention
    Tabitha Burleigh-Baton Rouge, Jessica Le-Baton Rouge, Hannah Jones-Mandeville, Olivia Drake-Mandiville, Sarah Jones-Mandeville, Brittni Cooper-Mandeville, Travis Taylor-Franklinton, Julia Meyers-Mandeville, Caroline Kieffer-Mandeville, Gabriel Geer-Mandeville, Meagan Duchesne-Rayville, Hailey Caldwell-Mandeville, Cerys McCarthy-Mandeville, Zo-lan Shaw-Monroe, Brekel Kemp-Mandeville, Mackensey Gatewood-Franklinton.

  • Group III, Grades 7 – 9
    1st place- Lanie Simon-New Iberia, Leah Bourgeois-Barataria, Shanna Cooper-Quitman
    2nd place- Tiffany Burke-Jonesboro, Christina Garafola-Amite, Garrett Landry-Marrero
    3rd place- Frankie Freeman-Lafitte, Derrick Hicks-Eros, Alex Stout-Geismar
    Honorable Mention
    Michael Savage-Jonesboro, Brandon Vicks-Kentwood, Jim Hewell-New Iberia, Michael Jamal Foster- Amite, Wesley Moore-Amite, Meredith McDonald-Prairieville, Arthur Perez-Lafitte, Grant Campbell-Slidell

  • Group IV, Grades 10 – 12
    1st place- James Theriot, Jr.-Crown Point and "Best of Show" Brittinie Landry-Kentwood, Milissa Chen-Gretna
    2nd place- Jacob Bladsacker-Gretna, Blake Kenworthey-Aita Springs, Arron Dugas-Opelousas
    3 d place- Tatiana Palacio-Kenner, Sarah Despino-Marthaville, Cedric Williams-Castor
    Honorable Mention
    Gabriela Morales-Baton Rouge, Jessica Bartholomew-Metairie, Toni Mastrodonato-Cut Off, Justin Perry-Pineville, Christopher Lewellyan-Quitman, Caitlin Barr-Ruston, Kriston Norsworthy-Mandeville, Amber Toatley-Lake Charles, Brandt Dufrene-Des Allemands, David Neal-Kentwood, Joshua Jones-Independence, David Weber-Kenner, Alaina Conaway-Metairie, Chase Mosher-Prairieville, Whitney Anderson-Quitman, Kyle Landry-Grand Isle

Past "Best of Show," Winners

2005 by Milissa Chen. Credit: USFWS
2005 by Milissa Chen.
Credit: USFWS
2004 by Kelli Schneider. Credit: USFWS
2004 by Kelli Schneider.
Credit: USFWS
2003 by Megan Agaisse. Credit: USFWS
2003 by Megan Agaisse.
Credit: USFWS

 

"Thank You," to our program sponsors who are:

The Alexandria Zoo, Tensas National Wildlife Refuge, Madison Parish Historical Society, Black Lake Bayou National Wildlife Refuge, Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park, The Louisiana State Museum, The Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center-Jean Layfette National Park, Bridge City Senior Citizens Community Center, The 1911 City Hall of Lake Charles, The Adai Indian Nation Cultural Center of Robeline, The Task Force for Children's Art in Pineville, and all the teachers and parents who support and encourage the students of Louisiana.

 


The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest is conducted each school year with judging taking place in March. The program is open to all students in grades K through 12.

For complete information, please go to the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art Program under Links on this page.

 

Last updated: March 5, 2015