STUDENT ART TO GRACE TOWN CRUISER -- Two months ago, Groveton High School students were invited to take part in an opportunity to put their artistic talents to work by creating a design for the town's new police cruiser. On May 20, two students learned that aspects of their artwork were incorporated into the cruiser's new decals. Police officer Sgt. Jonathan Woodworth surprised the students at school and gave congratulations to 11th-grader Trevor Mailhot and 10th-grader Gabby Caoette. Although the cruiser won't be on the road for a while, the two artists were able to view images of what the decals will look like. Mailhot's eagle/flag art and Caoette's eagle claw will be included in the final product. Officer Woodworth also announced that the department is considering creating new uniform patches that will incorporate another element of Mailhot's submission -- the downtown covered bridge. In top photo, contest winners Gabby and Trevor pose with Sgt. Woodworth; in center photo, Trevor's eagle flag artwork will be included in the new decal and his center image (the bridge) may become a new uniform patch; in bottom photo, Gabby's artwork (claw and badge) will be a part of the new decal.

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