Written by Hillsboro Free Press Tuesday, 21 February 2012 16:34
Sheryl Beeman, Centre, first place
Sheryl Beeman of Centre won first place for her poster entry in the fourth- through sixth-grade division being recognized Saturday at the annual Marion County Conservation District annual meeting. Russell Funk, board treasurer, said the district office received 135 entries: 35 from Centre, 39 from?Hillsboro and 61 from Goessel. First place in the second- and third-grade division went to Jessica Saunders, who was unable to attend the banquet. Her poster was titled, “Why Don’t We All Recycle?
Maddy Daniels, Hillsboro, third place
Maddy Daniels of Hillsboro was the third-place winner in the fourth- through sixth-grade division for her poster related to the theme of “Soil to Spoon.”
Kelli Dyck, Hillsboro, second place
Kelli Dyck of Hillsboro was the second-place winner in the fourth- through sixth-grade division with her poster based on the theme of “Soil to Spoon.
Bethany Herrel, Goessel, third place
Bethany Herrel of Goessel took third-place honors in the second- and third-grade division for her poster on protecting wildlife.
Jessica Saunders, Goessel, first place
Garrett Schmidt, Goessel, second place
Garrett Schmidt was the second-place winner in the Marion County Conservation District’s poster contest. Schmidt, of Goessel, won in the second- and third-grade category for his poster on saving the water.