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Richland Newhope 21st Annual Coloring Contest Awards

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  Original Published: 3/7/2014

Richland Newhope presented awards to fourteen third-graders Friday, concluding its 21st annual coloring contest as part of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Superintendents, principals, teachers, moms, dads, and their crayon-proficient kids gathered at the Early Childhood Center to meet Miss Ohio Heather Wells and Miss Wheelchair Ohio Jessica Kelbley, and have a pizza lunch. The children no do ubt learned something from coloring the picture, but they also experienced what it's like to have a disability. Each winner received a certificate and a package containing two pencils, a pen, a cut-out brayone, three coloring books and crayons, a ruler, an eraser shaped like a crayon, a button designed by a Newhope individual, a large plush crayon, a folder filled with disability awareness activity pages, an Ability@Work magnet, and a photograph taken with Miss Ohio and Miss Wheelchair Ohio. The winners and their elementary schools are: Carson Brubaker, Auburn; Ciara Appleman, Central, Mianda Zody, Crestview; Paige Hoffbauer, Dowds; Madelyn Cramer, Eastview; Chalicia Jones, Foundation Academy; Mylah Davis, Madison South; Nicholas Bishop, Mifflin; Jacob Smith, Prospect; Brooklyn Gwirtz, Sacred Heart; Jadon Walter, Spanish Immersion; Sarah Hahn, St. Peter's; Alex heichel, Western; and Zetta Anderson, Woodland.

   
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