State House contest posters at State Library

NH Proud, Aspen Langlois, Hillside Elementary School (Berlin), 1st place Elementary. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
NH Proud, Aspen Langlois, Hillside Elementary School (Berlin), 1st place Elementary. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Untitled, Zaineb Sharif, Bedford High School, 1st place High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Untitled, Zaineb Sharif, Bedford High School, 1st place High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
200 Years of the Concord Capital, Gracie Bolduc, Weare Middle School, 1st Place Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
200 Years of the Concord Capital, Gracie Bolduc, Weare Middle School, 1st Place Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Powerful Weapon, Zoe Perkins, Newmarket Jr/Sr High School, 2nd place Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Powerful Weapon, Zoe Perkins, Newmarket Jr/Sr High School, 2nd place Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
State House Bicentennial, Damian Fowler, Pinkerton Academy, 2nd place High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
State House Bicentennial, Damian Fowler, Pinkerton Academy, 2nd place High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Challenge, Kylie Maxwell, Newmarket Jr/Sr High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Challenge, Kylie Maxwell, Newmarket Jr/Sr High School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
New Hampshire State House and it's meaning today, Samantha Prach, Claremont Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
New Hampshire State House and it's meaning today, Samantha Prach, Claremont Middle School. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff

To celebrate 200 years of the N.H. State House, the bicentennial commission held a poster contest for any child between the ages of 5 and 21 who lived in the Granite State and was a public, private or home-school student in kindergarten through 12th grade. The theme was “The New Hampshire State House and Its Meaning Today.” Students from across the state submitted posters for regional competition and first-, second- and third-place winners were chosen for elementary, middle and high school age groups. The three winners from each moved on to the state competition, where a first-, second- and third-place poster was selected for each school level. After stops at the State House and State Board of Education, the posters are now hanging at the State Library through Oct. 13.

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