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Representative Rodney Davis (R-13) recognized the winners of the Congressional Art Competition at the Old State Capitol last night. Students from around his district submitted their work for the chance to have it displayed at the Capitol in Washington DC. A panel of local judges selected “The Colosseum” by Gabriela Cicogna. Attendees of the event also voted for the Women’s Choice award. Brooke Gibbs won this prize for her piece “Not Yet Defined.” Both pieces, as well as other submissions, will be on display at the Old State Capitol until May 4th.

In addition to the art show, Davis hosted Tiffany Mathis. Mathis is the Director of Development and Community Relations for the Boys &Girls Club of Central Illinois. They discussed her journey and work helping different community groups. Mathis also shared her views on how to develop the next generation of leaders, both male and female. You can see their whole discussion in the player.

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Senior strategist, statehouse reporter and political correspondent for Springfield Daily. Graduate of District 117 and UIS. Thomas covers stories in both Morgan and Sangamon Counties, as well as statewide politics.

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