Youth illustrate theme: ?Soil to Spoon?

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Sheryl Beeman, Centre, first place

 

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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?

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Maddy Daniels, Hillsboro, third place

 

 

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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.?

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Kelli Dyck, Hillsboro, second place

 

 

 

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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.

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Bethany Herrel, Goessel, third place

 

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Bethany Herrel of Goessel took third-place honors in the second- and third-grade division for her poster on protecting wildlife.

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Jessica Saunders, Goessel, first place

 

 

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Garrett Schmidt, Goessel, second place

 

 

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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.

 

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