Leeah Wards stands with her plate design that won her first place. [ FC Tax Collector | Contributed ]

Franklin County kids design license tags

Franklin County Tax Collector Richard Watson has announced the 2024 Kids Tag Art winners

All fifth graders in Franklin County were invited to compete for small cash prizes by drawing a specialty license tag with a theme of Historical Franklin County. 

Leeah Ward from the Franklin County School took first place. Second place went to Kensleigh Evans and third place was won by October Barnett, both of whom also attend the Franklin County School.

All of the student’s artwork are available for purchase on a 12-inch by 6-inch glossy aluminum metal tag for $15, with $7 from each purchase going to art programs at Franklin County Schools.

The tags are not legal tags, but they can be placed on the front of vehicles.

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