The Calhoun County Tobacco Prevention Coalition is pleased to announce the winners of the annual Great American Smoke-Out Coloring Contest held at Arnoldsburg and Pleasant Hill Elementary Schools. The contest is held in November to encourage the students to avoid tobacco use.


Headstart-1st Autumn Siers, 2nd Makala McCumbers, 3rd Steven Patterson; Pre-School-1st Grace Cooper, 2nd Elizabeth Nary, 3rd Michael Murphy; Kindergarten-1st Ariah Fowler, 2nd Kyndra Arnold, 3rd Lidia Lynch; First Grade-1st Hannah Lambert, 2nd Alexis Phillips, 3rd Nashala Holcomb and Darla Harrison; Second Grade-1st-Rebekah Peck and Makayla Smith, 2nd Kiera McKown, 3rd Seth Moore; Third Grade-1st Kurtis Neely, 2nd Hanna Fox, 3rd Maranda King; Fourth Grade-1st Kiersten Harris, 2nd Jarrett Nicholas and 3rd Christopher Goad and Diana Hall

Pleasant Hill

Headstart-1st Raynah Wagoner, 2nd Kenya Stanley, 3rd Monique Taylor; Pre-School-1st Keyana Pettry, 2nd Jenna Milliron, 3rd Megan Jones; Kindergarten-1st Kaitlyn Toney, 2nd Emily Nichols, 3rd Whitney Stevens; First Grade-1st Logan Richards, 2nd Caden Hicks, 3rd Sarah Bell; Second Grade-1st David Jones, 2nd Laura Webb, 3rd Michael Hardman; Third Grade-1st Ashley Richards, 2nd Donna Roberts and Keisha McCullough, 3rd Brandi Whited and Leah Roberts; Fourth Grade-1st Timothy Richards, 2nd Erica Jones, 3rd Luke Sheldon

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