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Fremont High senior selected as the first place winner of the Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition.

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Fremont High senior selected as the first place winner of the Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition Fremont High senior selected as the first place winner of the Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition
Cooper Brown, a talented senior at Fremont High, was selected as the first place winner of the Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition. Cooper was presented with the award and a $5,000 scholarship in the Senate Chambers during the legislative proceedings at the Utah State Capitol on February 5th. 
 
Cooper's piece is an acrylic on canvas of a Native American girl. It was purchased by the state and will permanently hang in the Capitol. Cooper's art teacher, Michelle Montierth, said this is the first time a Fremont student has received this prestigious recognition. Cooper is the son of Matt and Cheridan Brown of Hooper.
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