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Holy Family Student Wins Fire Safety Poster Contest, Design Displayed on Van All Year

Congratulations to Justin Malone and the other 11 finalists in the competition!

At Thursday's City Council meeting, the top finalists of the Annual Fire Safety Poster Contest were honored. With well over 200 submissions from third and fourth grade children throughout Stow, only 12 finalists remained, and of these, two will receive a new bicycle and grand prize winner Justin Malone, of Holy Family School, will have his poster displayed on Firefighter Sandy's van for the next year.

All of the finalists worked very hard on their posters and will be rewarded with lunch at Burger King on Graham Road with Mayor Sara Drew, Firefighter Sandy and a few other firefighters lucky enough to join them.

Here's a list of all the finalists:

Grand Prize winner, Justin Malone 4th grade Holy Family, gets his poster on the van courtesy of Premier Printing and Signs

Anna Green 3rd grade Fishcreek won a bicycle from Eddy’s Bike Shop

Alexis Schultz 4th grade Highland won a bicycle from Marty’s Bike Shop

Other winners include:

Echo Hills

Aubrey Mansfield 3rd grade

Logan Lacy 4th grade

Fishcreek

Sydney Braunscheidel 4th grade

Highland

Palmer Johnson 3rd grade

Holy Family

Emily Wilson 3rd grade

Indian Trail

Dylan Wysomierski 3rd grade

Paige Schrickel 4th grade

Woodland

Alaina Hoover 3rd grade

Sharvi Shah 4th grade

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