(Front from left) In the fourth- through sixth-grade division, honorable mention awards go to Brayden Mittag, Allen Lee, Karleigh Sparks, Gracysi Vest and Lizzy May, pictured with (back from left) 4-H leader Cindy Wiley, first-place winner Anila Williams, second-place winner Kyleigh Finch, third-place winner Tinsley Wallace, fourth-place winner SiAnna Ashford and fifth-place winner Sadie McCollum.

Morgan students compete in Farm-City contest

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DixieAnne Ward places first in the kindergarten through third-grade division

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This year’s Farm-City Week was recognized Nov. 19-25. Students from throughout Morgan County were eligible to compete in this year’s Farm-City Poster Contest.

For the second consecutive year, Danville Middle School fifth grade received the award for most participants in the fourth- through sixth-grade division, with 80 students participating.

Led by Cindy Wiley, these students swept all the county awards in the fourth- through sixth-grade division: first place, Anila Williams; second place, Kyleigh Finch; third place, Tinsley Wallace; fourth place, Si Anna Ashford; and fifth place, Sadie McCollum.

Receiving honorable mentions were Allen Lee, Graysi Vest, Alanna Curtis, Brayden Mittag, Karleigh Sparks and Lizzi May.

Williams’ poster will advance to state competition.

In the kindergarten through third-grade division, DixieAnne Ward placed first in county competition. DixieAnne is an 8-year-old homeschooled student and a member of Morgan County 4-H. Her poster will also advance to state competition.

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