2022 Rio Communities Optimist Club Photo Contest Winners

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Photo by Gabriel Ronquillo

Grand Prize

Gabriel Ronquillo, 15, ninth grade, Valencia High School; Creed Line: To forget the mistakes of the past and pursue the greatest achievements of the future.

From first to fourth year

Photo by Ryan Cox

First place: Ryant Cox, 10, fourth grade, Belen Family School; Credo line: Devoting so much time to self-improvement that one has no time to criticize others.

Second place: Marianne Worley, 8, second grade, St. Mary’s Catholic School; Creed Line: To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism a reality.

Fifth to eighth grade

Photo by Lillyana Wheeler

First place: Lillyana Wheeler, 11, sixth grade, La Merced Elementary; Creed Line: To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism a reality.

Second place: Noah Baca, 12, sixth grade, La Merced primary; Credo Line: Being too big for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to allow problems to exist.

Third place: Kaylee Apodaca, 14, eighth grade, Belen Middle School; Creed Line: To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism a reality.

From the ninth to the final

Photo by Andrea Whisenhunt

First place: Andrea Whisenhunt, 18, high school, Valencia High School; Creed Line: To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism a reality.

Second place: Mackenzie Goshorn, 15, ninth grade; Valencia High School; Creed Line: To speak health, happiness and prosperity to everyone you meet.

Third place: Isaiah Lucero, 17, Grade 11, Valencia County; Creed Line: To forget the mistakes of the past and pursue the greatest achievements of the future.



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