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North Salem Elementary's Card-Making Contest Winners Announced

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First grade winners Credits: North Salem Recreation Department
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Second grade first place winner Credits: North Salem Recreation Department
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Second grade second-place winners Credits: North Salem Recreation Department
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First grade winners Credits: North Salem Recreation Department
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-PQ Students were asked to create a Valentine’s Day card, decorated in any art medium, both on the front and inside. Judging by the North Salem Recreation Department and the PQ PTO took place on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Prizes and ribbons were awarded to first-, second- and third-place winners.

First Grade

First Place: Kinsey L.

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Second Place: Evie H.

Third Place: Tessa A. - Gia G. - Allison L.

Second Grade

First Place: Phoebe B.

Second Place: Ella R. - Jackie M.

Third Grade

First Place: Kseniya K.

Second Place: Lillian H.

Third Place: Chris R. – Alex R.

Fourth Grade

First Place: Sean C. and Michaela K.

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