Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Springfield Elks hold annual Drug Awareness poster contest.

Springfield Elks Lodge 1560 recently held their annual Drug Awareness poster contest with the theme being, “Hero’s”. All third, fourth and fifth grade students at Union Street School participated.

First place winner for girls was, Ella Sophia Shaw a fifth grader. For boys, it was Alexander Moye a fifth grader. 2nd place for girls was Hollee Martinez a fifth grader and Kaleb Smith a fourth grader. 3rd place for girls was Adrianna Magoon. The overall first place winner, Ella Sophia Shaw received a check for $25 and a new bike and helmut. The next prizes were for 1st place $25, 2nd place $15 and 3rd place $10.

Elks Drug Awareness Chairman Jim Kirkwood noted that this year’s theme, “Hero’s”, meant, they, the students, he classified as hero’s especially if they are looking out for their fellow students. He noted before saying that, we all regard service people, fireman, policemen, doctor’s etc., are all Hero’s.


Front, left to right: Hollee Martinez, Adrianna Magoon, Ella Sophia Shaw, Kaleb Smith and Alexander Moye. Back: Springfield Elks member Gloria Gunn and Jim Kirkwood Drug Awareness Chairman.

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