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Keep Bristol Beautiful Green Week Contest Winners Announced

March 28, 2012

To celebrate Green Week, February 6-11, Keep Bristol Beautiful (KBB) held contests for children in Bristol, Virginia. and Bristol, Tennessee schools. A coloring contest was held for elementary school students and an essay contest for middle and high school students. KBB is proud to announce the following winners: Aly Fuller and Lauren Trotter were the essay contest winners, both from Virginia Middle; Trinity Lundsford and Jacob Smith from Avoca; Kaeleen Robinson and Diana Peters from Washington Lee; Brianna Callahan, Jenna Epperson and Robert Widener from Fairmount; and Sierra Ellis from Haynesfield won the coloring contests. One child per grade level were chosen to receive prizes donated by local business.

“I would like to extend a special thank you to every child that participated in the contest,” said Keep Bristol Beautiful Coordinator Kathy Lowdermilk. “This was a fun way to get children thinking about the environment and ways to keep it safe.”

National Green Week is a campaign that occurs during the first week in February every year in the United States, to teach school children about ways to advocate for the environment.
Special thanks go to contest sponsor Webb Dentistry Drs. Mark and Brenden Webb and contributors Sweet Frog, Tinseltown Cinemark, Interstate Bowl, Kiln Time, and Walmart, Bristol, TN.