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BSpa students create Congressional art

Three Ballston Spa high school students are one step away from having their artwork displayed in the Capital building in Washington, D.C.--but they need your yelp.

Online voting is happening now for the 2010 Congressional Art Competition. Only 12 pieces are selected nationwide to participate in the online voting portion of the competition and there will be just one overall winner.

Votes can be cast at the link below for one of three students: Ian Parker (\The Bridge photo of a bridge), Di Lin ("Support" an etching of a man with sleeping children)and Kirsti Alvarez ("The Background" a painting on canvas of a building with fire escapes).

You can only vote once and only vote for one work. Voting closes on Monday, May 10.

http://scottmurphy.house.gov/Forms/Form/?ID=739""

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