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Soil and Water Conservation District Poster Contest Winners
born: January 29, 1992 Ricardo Karate Kid
The Soil and Water Conservation District’s poster contest theme was Conservation Counts. Many posters from several different schools in the county were received. It was difficult to choose winners because all the posters submitted were very good.
K-2 Division Brian Talley 1st grade St. Margaret Mary June Myers, Teacher (pictured, Ms. Myers, Brian, and Brian’s mom)
Ricardo is an outgoing kid who loves the outdoors. On any given day, you can find this guy roller skat- ing, riding his bike, or participating in sports. Ri- cardo is especially proud of his karate skills and would like to continue this activity once adopted. During quiet times he enjoys reading all types of books that range from mystery to biographies. He also likes to watch his favorite television show, Pokemon. Ricardo likes playing with action figures and doing arts and crafts in his spare time, but col- oring is his favorite. When it comes to a favorite food, pizza tops his list.
Ricardo is energetic, intelligent, respectful, and courteous. He is somewhat shy. He struggles in school, but makes good grades, and is academi- cally on target.
3-5 Division Kanyah Bedgood 4th grade Woodford Paedeia Carmela Boesch, Teacher (pictured Gwen Roth, Education Specialist and Kanyah)
6-8 Division Grace Elkus 7th grade Seven Hills Middle School Karen Glum, Teacher
Ricardo needs someone to help him with his home- work and support him through his ongoing therapy dealing with issues related to his past. Ricardo is very close to his sisters. His adoptive family will need to support and help him maintain contact with his sisters.
All winners received $25 and each teacher received a $25 gift certifi- cate from Half Price Books.
Congratulations to all!