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Six Adair Students win KFWC statewide writing awards

Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs annual contest
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By Diana Eastham

Every year the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs sponsors a student writing contest to encourage and recognize writing skills in our youth. This year six local students earned writing awards:
  • Trayton Stargel, 1st place winner - Grades K-2 Poetry
  • Adrien Kell, 3rd place winner - Grades K-2 Short Story
  • Maddie Harmon, 2nd place winner - Grades 3-5 Poetry
  • Hannah Hoots, 3rd place winner - Grades 6-8 Poetry
  • Carisma Greer, 2nd place winner -Grades 6-8 Short Story
  • Eli Jackson, 2nd place winner - Grades 9-11 Poetry
Students were nominated for the contest based on teacher recommendation, and their work was submitted by the Columbia Woman's Club. This is a state-wide writing contest, so winning an award at such a level is quite an honor! - Diana Eastham



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Winners in KFWC statewide writing contest: Trayton and Adrien



2013-05-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo By Diana Eastham.
Trayton Stargel, the son of Amanda Taylor and Scott Stargel, won 1st place in the poetry division of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs writing contest. 1st place winners in each category also receive a $25.00 cash award. Adrien Kell, the daughter of Susan Kell and the late Dr. Robert Kell, won 3rd place in the short story division. - Diana Eastham

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Winners in KFWC statewide contest: harmon, Greer, Hoots



2013-05-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo By Diana Eastham.
Poetry, Short Story Winners - Maddie Harmon, the daughter of Robbie and Tobie Harmon, won 2nd place in the poetry division of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs writing contest. Carisma Greer, the daughter of Felicia Greer and Keith Greer, won 2nd place in the short story division. Hannah Hoots, the daughter of Miriam Hoots, won 3rd place in the poetry division. - Diana Eastham

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Winners in KFWC statewide writing contest: Eli Jackson



2013-05-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Diana Eastham.
Eli Jackson, the son of Trish Zatkoff, won 2nd place in the poetry divison of the of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs writing contest. - Diana Eastham

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