PARIS – The Oxford Hills Christian Academy held its annual art festival and science fair Thursday, March 17, at the academy on Park Street. Students with winning entries were awarded red or blue ribbons, with red indicating excellent work, blue for superior work.

Students awarded blue ribbons in art and science, and one red and blue ribbon winner in math competition will go to the Maine state competition in April at the Bangor Christian School. The Oxford Hills Christian Academy Choir’s middle and high school students will also enter the competition.

The Bangor competition is sponsored by the Christian School International, the largest in the world, according to academy Administrator Stephen Holbrook.

Among the blue ribbon winners were Kylie Billier of Oxford and Mary Beth Hoover of Bryant Pond.

Billier’s project was a study on how many puppies a mother dog will have at different age levels. Hoover’s blue ribbon project was a painting done in oils of sailboats on the ocean watched over by a lighthouse.


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