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Student's art work winners announced

Six winners were announced at the school's pep rally. (Source: WALB) Six winners were announced at the school's pep rally. (Source: WALB)
The winner got a new bike. (Source: WALB) The winner got a new bike. (Source: WALB)
Calik Davidson was the winner. (Source: WALB) Calik Davidson was the winner. (Source: WALB)
DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) -

The health care clinic at Alice Coachman Elementary School now features work from the school's best artists. 

Students were asked to paint pictures in art class for the new center. 

Six students were chosen as winners with one grand prize winner. 

They were announced today during a school pep rally. 

Each student received a 20 dollar gift card.

Fifth grader Calik Davidson was the grand prize winner and took home a new bike. 

He says his picture was all about inspiring friendship. 

"I hope it inspires some little children to do good things," said Davidson.

"We have artwork at all of our school based health centers and the kids love to see their artwork when they go inside and it's just refreshing," said school based health centers director Dr. Earnest Brown. 

The clinic is one of six school based health centers in southwest Georgia.

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