Middle schooler wins fire-prevention poster contest
JACKSON, Tenn. — The Jackson Fire Department presented an award to a middle school student who won first place for his fire prevention poster.
The competition was held last October, and Williamson was presented the award Wednesday morning in front of fellow students, teachers and staff.
Williamson talked about his winning artwork to WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News.
“My poster had a house with one person running out the door and the other running out the window, running to a safe place, which was a tree, to avoid the fire,” Williamson said.
Other prizes included a gift card and a stay at the Gaylord hotel, not to mention he will visit the Governor’s Mansion this Saturday.
He says he’s nervous but excited.