Ranelle Duncan-Letts Wins 1st Place in Art Contest
Monday, February 28th, 2022—We are getting you ‘ARTED’ with some exciting news on a Wednesday! In February, Syracuse Academy of Science high school student Ranelle Duncan-Letts participated in the first annual Black History Month Art Contest presented by the Syracuse Police Athletic/Activities League (PAL) for a chance to win $300. To participate, participants must be between the ages of 13 - 18 years old and had to feature one of the following people in their art piece: Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison, Vicki Brackens, Malcom X, Jackie Robinson, Oprah Winfrey, Coretta Scott King, Sidney Poitier, Syracuse Fire Chief Michael Monds, Syracuse Police Chief Kenton Buckner, Syracuse Deputy Mayor Sharon Owens, Richard Parsons, Marcus Garvey, New York State Assemblywoman Pamela Hunter, or a relative.
We are excited to announce that Ranelle won first place with her drawing of Coretta Scott King! Congratulations, Ranelle; we are very proud of you and all you have accomplished.