Keota Elementary Students Receive DAR Awards

Photo: (left to right) Vivienne Klein, Hadley Cave, Drew Dodd. Back, Jeri Klein, Washington Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

            “The 50th Anniversary of the Lunar Landing—

            America’s Great Move Forward in Exploration and Technology”

            July 20, 1969 stands in history as the first day that a human being stepped onto the moon.

            To help commemorate this important part of American History, Mrs Gretter’s  Second Grade Class at Keota Elementary School participated in the poster division contest sponsored by Washington Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.

            Several students participated.  Twenty students submitted posters, all relating to the Lunar Landing.

            Three students were recognized and awarded certificates for their posters at the school assembly held on Friday, March 29.

            Winner are

            1st Place:  Vivienne Klein

            2nd Place:  Hadley Cave

            3d Place:  Drew Dodd.

            Vivienne Klein’s entry advanced to state competition where she won first place for her age and division. 

            She has since advanced to national competition where she has placed second overall in her age and division.

 

For the rest of this story, check out the April 3rd issue of the Keota Eagle.