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County poster contest winners announced

Special to the Enquirer

These are the county winners of the Morgan County fourth- through sixth-grade Farm-City Poster Contest: first place, McKinley Morris, fifth-grader at Hartselle Intermediate School; second place, Kayla Colburn, fourth-grader at Barkley Bridge; third place (tie), Edward Dcampo Moguel, sixth-grader at Danville Middle and Andy Bankster, fourth-grader at F.E. Burleson; fourth place, Camryn Hyde, fourth-grader at F. E. Burleson; fifth place, Nora Braddock, fourth-grader at F. E. Burleson; honorable mention, Zakery Murphy, fifth-grader at Danville Middle (not pictured); and honorable mention, Collins Belew, fourth-grader at F. E. Burleson. A total of 131 students participated. Danville Middle sixth-grade 4-H Club had the most participants. F. E. Burleson fourth-grade 4-H Club had the most winners. McKinley Morris will advance to state competition.

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