Emlen Tunnell Coloring Contest Winners

In keeping with our mission of acknowledging excellence, preserving the heritage of our local sports history by recognizing and rewarding such excellence.  The Sports Legends of Delaware County museum is happy to announce the winners of the Emlen Tunnell  "Connecting Generations" coloring contest, held in conjunction with the fund-raising efforts of the Emlen Tunnell Statue Fund. The contest was open to all third, fourth and fifth grade students.

There were a total of 484 entries for the review team judges--all of whom are professional artists--to review. The team consisted of professional sculptor Jennifer Frudakis Petry; Art on The Avenue of the States board member Courtland Craig; Choice Marketing designer Dan Falone; Child Program Coordinator of the Wayne Art Center, Tessa Downs and Resident Artist of the SLDC Museum, James Corcoran. 

The first place winner, from Drexel Neumann Academy, is Keon Powell.  Keon's teacher is Rita Morrow.

Second place winner, also from the Drexel Neumann Academy and taught by Rita Morrow, is Su-meer Alleyne.

The third place winner, from the Westbrook Park School, is Alina Thomas. Alina's teacher is Mr. Fazio.

Congratulations to all three.  These top three winners, along with special category winners, were awarded gifts donated by Harvey and Sandra Burman; the Wayne Art Center; Wayne Art Supplies; Robert Zienkowski and the SLDC Museum.

Jim Vankoski,
President, SLDC Museum