St. Helens students recognized for entries in annual contest at St. Helens City Council meeting

Ten students, ranging in grade level from fourth to tenth grade, were recognized during a St. Helens City Council meeting, Wednesday, May 2, for their entries into the annual "If I Were Mayor" contest. The local competition is held in conjunction with an annual contest put on the Oregon Mayors Association. Students in grades 4-5 and 6-8 can each submit a poster entry, while high school students vie with multimedia presentations. One winner is selected from each category to receive $100 in cash and have lunch with St. Helens Mayor Rick Scholl. First-place winners will have their entries submitted to the state-level competition. SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: NICOLE THILL-PACHECO - Pictured are entrants for the 4-5 category, with St. Helens Mayor Rick Scholl. The entrants are Giovanna Anderson, Piper Chism and Madeline Clark (winner).
SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: NICOLE THILL-PACHECO - Entrants for the 6-8 grade category were, from left to right: Ethan Wethern, Isabella Hayward, Emelia Watkins, Logan Johnston, Leila Springfield and Case Mann (winner). The students smile for a photo with Mayor Rick Scholl. SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: NICOLE THILL-PACHECO - Sophomore Natalie Caton won in the high school category. She submitted a detailed PowerPoint presentation for her submission.

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