Wednesday Apr 22 2009 comments Teams of Clay Photo page By: by Karina Williams -A +A Buy This Photo Now With a team of helpers, Patrick Sweeney and Darla Wagener work on the Lincoln Libraries clay piece as Shirley Russell, right, watches with encouragement. Angel Cardenas, left, Kelly Jackson, middle, and Tish Palamidissi, with News 10 create the Sponge Bob news reporter for the Lincoln Teams of Clay event. News 10 won the Best in Media category for the competition. Wendy Payne works on the clay customer for Dillians Bar and Grill Teams of Clay sculpture. From left, Tish Palamidissi, Angel Cardenas, Trevor Tamsen, and Kelly Jackson, with News 10 create the Sponge Bob news reporter for the Lincoln Teams of Clay event. News 10 won the Best in Media category for the competition. Terri Quintarelli and Cheri Weygandt pour sand on Lincoln Travel and Cruise beach bum. Carlie Pardue works on the homes for the Lincoln Real Estate Committee sculpture. The clay neighborhood won the Best in Business for the competition. Michelle Renati looks at the green olives Cheryl Kerns is making for the Lincoln Arts Teams of Clay sculpture. John Renati and Paulette Janca are hard at work in the background. Daryl Morales, left, and Tad Kitada, right, talk about the next thing to create for the Lighthouse sculpture. Jennifer Pereira, left, and Vic Freeman, right, work on the lighthouse with the other teammates. The Lighthouse Family Counseling and Resource Center, won for Most Creative. The Best Overall award went to Lincoln Public Works for their politically themed sculpture. Lincoln Public works employees, from left, Jeff Miller, Jake Bradley, Mike Osborne, and Tony Lattuca, create thier clay masterpiece for Teams of Clay. Father Bill Rontani, Ginger Freer, left, and Ginger Cosh, representing St. James Episcopal Church in Lincoln, cover an ark with clay during the Teams of Clay event Friday afternoon.