CELEBRATING: Because of a prize-winning poster and slogan Dudley Elementary fifth grader Taylor Rossell created for Dawson County’s ABLE (Advocating for Business, Labor and Education) program, she received a trophy and a pizza party with her classmates. Her teacher Barb Hicken said Rossell’s slogan was “A Great Today and a Better Tomorrow.” Hicken said the poster took first place out of more than 400 submissions.
Rossell is pictured in front. Classmates are, l-r: First row—Georgina Dishman, Kasside Deboer, Madisen Weaver, Emma Tripp, Kasey Wellman; Second row—Iliana Alvarez, Julyssa Rocha, Nathan Jobman, Trace Mullen, Zach McConnell, Patrick Peterson, Jordan Wenger, Dalton Casper, Riley Smith; Back row—Jordanne Boehle, Jessica Gage, Tucker Gartner, Myles Mendell, Morgan Dewey, Ana Meisinger, Jaci Teahon, Miranda Pospisil and Noah Royce. The party was last Thursday. ABLE coordinator Mary Gohl presented the trophy.
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