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Peace poster contest winners named
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 3:02 AM
The winners of the Lions Club peace poster contest at St. John’s Lutheran School were Sydney Eickoff, third, Raegan Eickoff, first and Elizabeth Miller, second.
The peace poster winners from Kingsland Middle School were Catlin Miner, first, Matthew Schwante, second and Skylar Botey, third.
Winners of the annual Lions International Peace Posters Contest were recently announced for the 5M1 Lions Club District during a luncheon held at the Clarion Inn in Rochester on Dec. 15.
Each year, Lions clubs from around the world proudly sponsor the contest in local schools and youth groups. The purpose of the event is to encourage youth throughout the world to express their visions of peace.
This year the middle school students were given the theme of "Our World, Our Future" and let their imagination and artistic skills take over.
The winners from Kingsland Middle School are Catlin Miner who came in first, second place was awarded to Matthew Schwante and Skylar Botey won third place.
The winners from St. John's Lutheran School are Raegan Eickoff who won first place, Elizabeth Miller came in with second and Sydney Eickoff was awarded third place.
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