Fair Housing Month Poster Contest

Due to COVID-19, we changed many of the normal processes for the Fair Housing Month Poster Contest recipients.

Under normal circumstances, the students have the opportunity to attend a Jefferson City Council meeting where they receive their awards and have their picture taken with the mayor.  We hope to get the opportunity for a photo opp with the mayor later this summer.

In addition, the posters are normally on display at the Capital Mall during the month of April.  In lieu of this for 2020, we have created the video below showcasing the great artwork we received.


"The World: A Rainbow of Friends"
2019-2020 Poster Contest for 4th, 5th & 6th Grade Students

Thank you to all the students who participated in the 12th annual fair housing month poster contest. We had 79 entries making our judges deliberation very difficult.  The top three posters for each age group are as follows:



4th Grade - 1st Place: Alayna Toebben, Blair Oaks Elementary



 4th Grade - 2nd Place: Claire Rockwood, Blair Oaks Elementary



4th Grade - 3rd Place: Lanie Sneller, St. Stanislaus



5th Grade - 1st Place: Chloe Boes, River Oak Christian Academy



5th Grade - 2nd Place: Riley Berendzen, St. Stanslaus



5th Grade - 3rd Place: Hailey Gipe, St. Stanslaus



6th Grade - 1st Place: Alaina Herrbold, St. Stanislaus



6th Grade - 2nd Place: Jayli Howell, St. Stanislaus



6th Grade - 3rd Place: Emma Kliethermes, St. Stanislaus

A special thanks to our judges:

  • Mayor Carrie Tergin, City of Jefferson
  • Susan Cook-Williams, Executive Director of River City Habitat for Humanity
  • Leann Porrello, Cultural Arts Specialist for the City of Jefferson


This event is proudly sponsored by: Jefferson City Area Board of REALTORS®, Inc., REACT of Jefferson City, City of Jefferson, Central Bank, Flat Branch Home Loans, Hawthorn Bank, Community Point Bank, Landmark Bank, and Sharon Campbell-Missouri Farm Bureau.

REALTORS® continue to be outspoken advocates for fair housing, working with home buyers and sellers to ensure they receive equal access to affordable housing and home ownership. The Fair Housing Act protects the basic right of all Americans to pursue the dream of home ownership, free from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status and national origin.