Greencastle briefs

January 17, 2003

Elks Club sponsors drug poster contest

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The Chambersburg BPO Elks club recently sponsored a drug prevention poster contest among Greencastle-Antrim Middle School sixth-graders.

Students wrote their drug prevention essays under the direction of Judy Beegle, who teaches study skills at the middle school. They created their drug prevention posters under the direction of Sandra Kendall, middle school librarian.

Judges were Fred Boss, an artist and bird carver; Noelle Miller, an artist and portrait painter; and Gilson Kendall, an artist and woodcarver.

  • Winners were:

  • First place, Ryan Knight;

  • Second place, Elayna Statler;

  • Third place, Amy Crider.

Each will receive a savings bond from the Elks Club.


Jack Kramer is chairman of the Drug Awareness Contest for the Elks Club.

High School students' work to be published

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Eighteen Greencastle-Antrim High School students have been accepted for publication in the Fall 2002 Celebrate! Young People Speak Out Pennsylvania edition.

The named students wrote poetry on a variety of subjects as part of an English assignment in Martina Fegan's and Marci Stover's English classes.

Topics ranged from sports to America to personal emotions and experiences.

Students whose work was chosen are Philip Frederick, Stephanie Funk, Karl Hartman, Maria Hoover, Katy Hurlburt, Kendra Kiser, Kristen McClain, Whitney Monyhan, Marcus Oberholzer, Amanda Ott, Tiffany Perry, Amanda Reeder, Colleen Seidel, Rachel Seitz, Serena Sheeder, Jessica Statler, Cheyann Stitely and Jason Fetterhoff.

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