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GFWC Host College District Spelling Bee

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - The New Jersey State Federation of Woman's Clubs of GFWC hosted the College District Spelling Bee, held on Sunday, February 21, 2016 at their main headquarters in New Brunswick.  Three students from four Woman's Clubs who placed first, second and third place from each town were invited to participate in the College District Spelling Bee.

 The three students from South Plainfield seated bottom row:  4th on right - first place Allison Buchanan 4th grade; Top standing: second place winner 4th from the left Ishaan Jani -5th grade; and third place winner top row last on the right Isabelle Marin all competed in the College District Spelling Bee.  The South Plainfield Suburban Woman's Club, The South Plainfield Cultural Arts Commission and the South Plainfield Middle School PTO hosted the second annual Spelling Bee on February 2, 2016, where their three winners above were invited to attend in the College Spelling Bee.

 The top three finalists in the College District Spelling Bee advanced to the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs State Spelling Be in New Brunswick on March 5, 2016.  

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