April 28, 2021
Mission Granbury honored three Granbury High School art students on April 23, 2021, for t-shirt designs promoting the charitable organization’s upcoming 4th Annual Ghost Run 5K.
Receiving gift cards for their submissions were Art 1 students Lois McKannan, Sebastian Romero, and Coltan Sisson.
A sophomore Romero was the first-place winner for designing the shirts traditionally with a Sharpie. Sisson, a freshman, was second with work created through Chrome Canvas on his Chromebook, and McKannan, a freshman, was third with her phone-based design utilizing the ibis Paint X app.
The three are students of Kelcey Daffan and Lacie Martinez.
Pictured are (left to right): back – Sebastian Romero, Mission Granbury volunteer coordinator Betty Moss and community outreach coordinator Jean Cate, Coltan Sisson; front – Lois McKannan.
Mission Granbury is a community based, umbrella agency with seven programs that provide a wide range of services to people in Hood County, including emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, court appointed special advocacy (CASA) for children in foster care and food, clothing, medication and financial support for individuals, veterans and families in crisis.