Drawing of "Droop Mountain Lookout Tower" has won Calhoun
resident Larry McCallister first place in "History is Alive" contest

Calhoun artist Larry McCallister has won first place in the state-wide "History is Alive" art contest.

A panel of judges selected McCallister's drawing of the Droop Mountain Lookout Tower, which entitles him to a week-long stay at a WV state park.

The contest, sponsored by WV Parks and Forests, was to use scenes from the state's parks or forests.

McCallister has also been commissioned to do drawings of all the county courthouses in West Virginia's 55 counties.

See McCallister's Web Site larrymcc.com

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