Poster winners announced

  • Nov. 24, 2009 6:00 p.m.

Staff reporter

As part of the town hall meeting held on Oct. 22 at the Rimbey Community Centre to discuss issues regarding recycling in the community, local students from kindergarten to Grade 10 were invited to create posters encouraging the public to become active recyclers. After the entries were judged, the winners were announced and include: Chelse Kriel 1st place – kindergarten; Whitney Keesar 1st place Grade 6; Jessica Laczo 2nd place Grade 6; Justina Godlonton 1st place Grade 8; Cady Buffalo 2nd place Grade 8 and Mackenzie Damer 3rd place Grade 8.

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