Highland SWCD poster contest winners


The conservation poster contest winners from Bright Local were (left to right) Bryan O’Cull, Makenzie Griffith and Aleah Sheppard.


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The conservation poster contest winners from Fairfield Middle School were (left to right) Makenna Colwell, Emma Fouch and Isabella Warner.


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The conservation poster contest winners from Greenfield Middle School were (left to right) Matthew Quakenbush, Abi Everhart and Alyson Murphy.


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The conservation poster contest winners from Hillsboro Middle School were (left to right) Grace Isaacs, Jaqueline Sweet and Destiny Grisham.


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The conservation poster contest winners from Lynchburg-Clay Middle School were (left to right) Allison Kohus, KayLee Adams and Paige Flowers.


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Students from all five public middle schools in Highland County were recently given an opportunity to design a poster with the theme “Pollinators are important – Morning, Noon and Night!”

The posters were created on paper grocery bags donated by Hillsboro Kroger.

The top three poster winners from each school received a Highland SWCD cinch bag donated by the Highland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD).

Each of the top school posters were then judged for the overall top four county poster winners, which will receive cash awards during the Highland SWCD Annual Meeting on Oct. 15 at the Highland County Training & Employment Center (Hi-Tec) in Hillsboro. The county poster cash awards are sponsored by the Highland County Farm Bureau.

The 2015 County Conservation Poster contest winners are: first place, Bryan O’Cull from Bright Local; second place, KayLee Adams from Lynchburg-Clay; third place, Paige Flowers from Lynchburg-Clay; and fourth place, Alyson Murphy from Greenfield.

Submitted by the Highland SWCD.

The conservation poster contest winners from Bright Local were (left to right) Bryan O’Cull, Makenzie Griffith and Aleah Sheppard.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PosterBrightpic.jpgThe conservation poster contest winners from Bright Local were (left to right) Bryan O’Cull, Makenzie Griffith and Aleah Sheppard. Submitted photos

The conservation poster contest winners from Fairfield Middle School were (left to right) Makenna Colwell, Emma Fouch and Isabella Warner.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PosterFairfieldpic.jpgThe conservation poster contest winners from Fairfield Middle School were (left to right) Makenna Colwell, Emma Fouch and Isabella Warner. Submitted photos

The conservation poster contest winners from Greenfield Middle School were (left to right) Matthew Quakenbush, Abi Everhart and Alyson Murphy.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PosterGreenfieldpic.jpgThe conservation poster contest winners from Greenfield Middle School were (left to right) Matthew Quakenbush, Abi Everhart and Alyson Murphy. Submitted photos

The conservation poster contest winners from Hillsboro Middle School were (left to right) Grace Isaacs, Jaqueline Sweet and Destiny Grisham.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PosterHillsboropic.jpgThe conservation poster contest winners from Hillsboro Middle School were (left to right) Grace Isaacs, Jaqueline Sweet and Destiny Grisham. Submitted photos

The conservation poster contest winners from Lynchburg-Clay Middle School were (left to right) Allison Kohus, KayLee Adams and Paige Flowers.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PosterLynchburgpic.jpgThe conservation poster contest winners from Lynchburg-Clay Middle School were (left to right) Allison Kohus, KayLee Adams and Paige Flowers. Submitted photos
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