Hurst creates winning art

WINNING RACE DESIGN — Fryeburg Academy senior Kim Hurst shows her winning design for the Lovell Old Home Days road race. She is pictured here with FA art teacher Steve Pullan.

LOVELL — Kim Hurst, a senior at Fryeburg Academy, submitted the winning design for the Seventh Annual Lovell Old Home Days 5K Run tshirt.

As part of the competition, students are asked to incorporate the themes of Lovell and running into their artwork.

Kim is a resident of Chatham, N.H. and will be attending Wheaton College in Norton, Mass. For drawing the winning design, Kim receives a $100 prize, as well as the pleasure of seeing her artwork on shirts around town! Steve Pullan, the Academy’s art teacher, assisted the committee in making the selection.

This year’s run is on July 16 at 9:45 a.m. Only the first 100 registered runners are guaranteed a t-shirt, so please sign-up early. Applications are available at local stores or by contacting race director Stan Tupaj at or 925-1500. Registration is also available online at Visit for photos and past records.

The 5K run precedes the Old Home Days Parade and begins the day’s festivities. Family members are encouraged to cheer the runners along the route, enjoy the parade and participate in all of the activities at the Lovell Athletic Field, including the popular (and free) Lollipop Run for children.

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