2014 Maryland Masters Award given to Caroline County Student

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Bethany Grunden with Sheriff Randy BoundsWhile in Annapolis on Thursday February 27th, Caroline County Sheriff Randy Bounds attended a ceremony at the State Comptroller's Office along with the Caroline Register of Wills James Phelps during which State Comptroller Peter Franchot awarded Bethany Grunden, an eighth grader at Colonel Richardson Middle School, the "Maryland Masters" award for one of her beautiful paintings.

 

Maryland Masters is a new award program aimed at recognizing students who have displayed extraordinary artistic skills and a vision for Maryland's future. The initiative celebrates the achievements of Marylanders through the arts and showcases the work of students from kindergarten through 12th grade in the Comptroller's office in Annapolis. Congratulations Bethany on your outstanding accomplishment!