Winners of coloring contest announced


By TJ Caudill - [email protected]



TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Caleb Begley won first place in The Herald’s Halloween Coloring Contest. He is pictured here with his winning coloring page and his $25 cash prize.


HAZARD — The winners of The Hazard Herald’s Halloween Coloring Contest were announced Monday.

Kids from across Perry County sent in their best Halloween coloring pictures to The Herald to be judged.

Caleb Begley took first place. He won a $25 cash price.

In second place was Dalton Callahan and in third place was Jonathan Helton. Callahand and Helton each won a $10 gift card from McDonald’s.

Begley, a fifth grader at R.W. Combs, says he might use the money to buy a new video game. He joked he might pick up some gamer fuel at McDonald’s with the rest of his money.

His favorite video games include the Call of Duty series and Minecraft.

Begley, 10, of Christopher says his other hobbies include drawing and coloring.

His parents are Carl and Tiffany Ketron. He has one sister, Haley Ketron.

The Herald would like to congratulate the winners of the Halloween Coloring contest and a special thank you to all the submissions that were sent in.

A special shout out goes to our sponsors for supporting the contest. The sponsors include Walkertown Service Center, Optometrist Dr. Dwight Avery, Perry County Public Library, Walmart, and Community Trust Bank.

A big thank you to McDonald’s for sponsoring the gift cards.

TJ Caudill is a reporter with The Hazard Herald and he can be reached at 606-629-3245.

TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Caleb Begley won first place in The Herald’s Halloween Coloring Contest. He is pictured here with his winning coloring page and his $25 cash prize.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_FirstPlaceColoringContest.jpgTJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Caleb Begley won first place in The Herald’s Halloween Coloring Contest. He is pictured here with his winning coloring page and his $25 cash prize.

By TJ Caudill

[email protected]

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