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Calendar Contest Winners to be Recognized
11/06/2019
 

Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Secretary Dr. Lee Norman and the Bureau of Waste Management team will recognize 13 winners of the 2020 Keep It Clean Kansas Calendar competition at a reception today, Wednesday, November 6. The reception will be held from 9-9:45 a.m. at the Kansas Children Discovery Center,4400 SW 10th Ave, Topeka, KS 66604. All media are invited to attend.

This is the 21st anniversary of the Keep It Clean Kansas (KICK) calendar! Each year, students from across Kansas (grades K-12) are encouraged to submit their artwork for a chance to be featured in the annual calendar. These pieces of art promote a healthy and clean Kansas through environmentally friendly practices such as reducing, reusing, recycling and composting. This KICK Calendar project was created to encourage students to be engaged in environmental issues in their communities.  Thirteen winners, one from each grade, are selected to be featured in the calendar.

Winners

Kindergarten –  Shay Peters, St. Paul Lutheran Church & School, Cheney

1st Grade – Aaliyah Petz, Southwest Elementary School, Pratt

2nd Grade –  Lily Bombardier, Morse Elementary School, Overland Park

3rd Grade –  Sawyer Serna, Osage City Elementary School, Osage City

4th Grade – Keyla Anguilar Ambriz, Gardiner Elementary School, Wichita

5th Grade – Layla Schwabauer, Marlett Elementary School, Manhattan

6th Grade – Irisa Laongbua, St. Paul Lutheran Church & School, Leavenworth

7th Grade – Whitlee Satterlee, Winfield Middle School, Winfield

8th Grade –  Hailee Varone, St. Mary’s Colgan High School, Pittsburg

9th Grade – Lauren Coomes, St. Mary’s Colgan High School, Pittsburg – 2019 Cover Winner!

10th Grade – Marlon Faudoa, Eureka Junior/Senior High School, Eureka

11th Grade – Devon D. Goins, Independence Bible School, Independence

12th Grade – Ariel Stamback, Cheney High School, Cheney

Keep It Clean Kansas is a program of KDHE’s Bureau of Waste Management.

 

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