Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority, Weis Markets Announce Student Poster Contest Winners

On November 12, the Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority and Weis Markets announced the winners of the 5th grade student "Feeding Our Friends" poster contest.

The contest winners are--

-- Emma Burger; Marion Walker Elementary School

-- Nora Burns; Philipsburg-Osceola Middle School

-- Abby Hacker; Port Matilda Elementary School

-- Chloe Hartswick; Benner Elementary School

-- Luke Hosband; Howard Elementary School

-- Isla Jackson; Corl Street Elementary School

-- Nevaeh Kurtz; Young Scholars of Central Pennsylvania Charter School

-- Mackenzie Lee; Park Forest Elementary School

-- Kendall Lingenfelter & Holly Winfield; Spring Creek Elementary School

-- Alyssa Lipski; Gray’s Woods Elementary School

-- Dawson Lomison; Mountain Top Area Elementary School

-- Morgan Neese; Penns Valley Intermediate School

-- Jacob Neidrick; Wingate Elementary School

-- Riley Santostefano; Pleasant Gap Elementary School

-- Michael Shea; Radio Park Elementary School

-- Paige Winters; Centre Learning Community Charter School

In addition, there are three Honorable Mentions to congratulate:

-- Maya Patel; Honorable Mention; Benner Elementary School

-- Hailey Vinnedge; Honorable Mention; Pleasant Gap Elementary School

-- Alyssa Weiss; Honorable Mention; Marion Walker Elementary School

The winning and honorable mention posters will be featured in the 2020 “Feeding Our Friends” wall calendars and distributed to all 5th grade students in Centre County this December. 

The calendars will also be available free of charge at the 5 Centre County Weis Markets stores as well as other locations around the community.

Congratulations to all of our winning artists!  We were so excited to offer this opportunity to our local 5th grade students.

For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority website.

Visit the Weis Markets website to learn more about their sustainability initiatives.


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[Posted: November 12, 2019]


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