Contest has record entries


Clinton County commissioners judged a record 140 finalist entries in an annual Earth Day poster contest involving local kindergartners through fifth-graders. The 10 countywide winners are Gracie Byus of Putman Elementary, Landen Green of Christian Heritage Home Educators - Wilmington, Marian Hamilton of Putman Elementary, Addison Elkins of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Julia Reardon of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Maddie Frump of Putman Elementary, Elle Martin of East End Elementary, Ethan Picklesimer of Wilmington Christian Academy, Haylie Strider of Clinton-Massie Elementary, and Zeke Schneider of New Vienna Elementary. The 140 students who won their classroom contest will receive prizes. And the 10 countywide winners will receive additional prizes at a May 9 awards ceremony, and also will have their artwork published in the 2017-18 Clinton County Solid Waste Management District’s recycling and litter prevention calendar. In the photo, Commissioner President Kerry R. Steed looks over the entries Wednesday morning.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton County commissioners judged a record 140 finalist entries in an annual Earth Day poster contest involving local kindergartners through fifth-graders. The 10 countywide winners are Gracie Byus of Putman Elementary, Landen Green of Christian Heritage Home Educators – Wilmington, Marian Hamilton of Putman Elementary, Addison Elkins of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Julia Reardon of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Maddie Frump of Putman Elementary, Elle Martin of East End Elementary, Ethan Picklesimer of Wilmington Christian Academy, Haylie Strider of Clinton-Massie Elementary, and Zeke Schneider of New Vienna Elementary. The 140 students who won their classroom contest will receive prizes. And the 10 countywide winners will receive additional prizes at a May 9 awards ceremony, and also will have their artwork published in the 2017-18 Clinton County Solid Waste Management District’s recycling and litter prevention calendar. In the photo, Commissioner President Kerry R. Steed looks over the entries Wednesday morning.

Clinton County commissioners judged a record 140 finalist entries in an annual Earth Day poster contest involving local kindergartners through fifth-graders. The 10 countywide winners are Gracie Byus of Putman Elementary, Landen Green of Christian Heritage Home Educators – Wilmington, Marian Hamilton of Putman Elementary, Addison Elkins of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Julia Reardon of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Maddie Frump of Putman Elementary, Elle Martin of East End Elementary, Ethan Picklesimer of Wilmington Christian Academy, Haylie Strider of Clinton-Massie Elementary, and Zeke Schneider of New Vienna Elementary. The 140 students who won their classroom contest will receive prizes. And the 10 countywide winners will receive additional prizes at a May 9 awards ceremony, and also will have their artwork published in the 2017-18 Clinton County Solid Waste Management District’s recycling and litter prevention calendar. In the photo, Commissioner President Kerry R. Steed looks over the entries Wednesday morning.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_earth_day_p_f.jpgClinton County commissioners judged a record 140 finalist entries in an annual Earth Day poster contest involving local kindergartners through fifth-graders. The 10 countywide winners are Gracie Byus of Putman Elementary, Landen Green of Christian Heritage Home Educators – Wilmington, Marian Hamilton of Putman Elementary, Addison Elkins of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Julia Reardon of Clinton-Massie Elementary, Maddie Frump of Putman Elementary, Elle Martin of East End Elementary, Ethan Picklesimer of Wilmington Christian Academy, Haylie Strider of Clinton-Massie Elementary, and Zeke Schneider of New Vienna Elementary. The 140 students who won their classroom contest will receive prizes. And the 10 countywide winners will receive additional prizes at a May 9 awards ceremony, and also will have their artwork published in the 2017-18 Clinton County Solid Waste Management District’s recycling and litter prevention calendar. In the photo, Commissioner President Kerry R. Steed looks over the entries Wednesday morning. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal