The awards for the 18th annual Edible Art competition included a $100 gift card to Target for the People's Choice winner and $75 gift cards to Target for the winners in the High School/Community division. Winners of the Middle School and Elementary School divisions won $50 dollar gift cards to Target.
There were 19 elementary school entries, 12 middle school entries and 72 high school and community entries.
Heritage Instructional Services (home school) elementary section — "The World"
1st place: Catonsville High School seniors Hannah Jeffrey, Clay McCoy, Seamus Ertel, Katie Broussard, Duncan Berry — "Carl the Crocodile"
2nd place: Catonsville High School seniors Shirley Kurinij, Alyssa Judson — "The Lorax"
3rd place: Catonsville High School seniors Kim Gregory, Kristina Bowman, Lacie Ritter — "Peacock"
4th place: Catonsville High School sophomore Casey Radner — "Up!"
1st place: Heritage Instructional Services 7th/8th-grade art class (homeschool) — "African Masks"
2nd place: Eduardo Kelly, Susanna Kelly, Paige Ritter — "The Tank"
3rd place: Adnaan Dasoo — "Noisy Boy"
4th place: Katie Arndt — "Zebralicious"
1st place: Jami Citko, Kendall Hogarth, Sydney Hogarth — "I'm Crabby"
2nd place: Clare Smith — "Hamburger"
3rd place: Marty Schmidt, Eddie Schmidt, Anthony Maseda, Jude Pontzer — "Sweet Tweet Treats"
4th place: Gibson Spiridigliozzi (Relay Elementary School kindergarten) and Milo Spiridigliozzi (age 3) — "Pi(e)rate"Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun