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We congratulate our 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing and Multimedia Contest winners!
Please click on the names to view their winning entry
Writing Contest Winners
6th Grade - JJ Devlin, St. Patrick Catholic School (Bryan, Ohio)
7th Grade - Emma Morgenstern, West Side Montessori (Toledo, Ohio)
8th Grade - Newt Ziegler, Maumee Valley Country Day School (Toledo, Ohio)
9th Grade - Anna Norton, Magnificat High School (Rocky River, Ohio)
10th Grade - Meg Hopkins, Magnificat High School (Rocky River, Ohio)
11th Grade - Hannah Zang, Magnificat High School (Rocky River, Ohio)
12th Grade -Leah Amon Toney, Shaker High School (Shaker Heights, Ohio)
Art Contest Winners
6th Grade - Hannah Hill, Springboro Intermediate School (Springboro, Ohio)
6th Grade - Julia Hahn, Springboro Intermediate School (Springboro, Ohio)
7th Grade - Mollie Gabriel, Logan Hocking Middle School (Logan, Ohio)
7th Grade - Jacob Thompson, Logan Hocking Middle School (Logan, Ohio)
8th Grade - Zaynab Lazreq, West Side Montessori (Toledo, Ohio)
10th Grade - Julia Kuhr, Lakota East High School (Liberty Twp., Ohio)
11th Grade - Rachel Immel, Dover High School (Dover, Ohio)
12th Grade - Karriann Gerchak, Garfield Heights High School (Garfield Heights, Ohio)
Multimedia Contest Winner
7th & 8th Grades: Miguel Cruz, Mykerra Dotson, Krys Riley-Richardson, Zoha Shaikh, Marley Fahmy, Todd Hall, Marzae' Harris, Damone Love & Caiden Rodgers , Streetsboro Middle School (Streetsboro, Ohio)
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