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Students honored for creating 'Safe Place' public announcement

February 22, 2008|By ERIN CUNNINGHAM

Students who created a public service announcement for the Child Advocacy Center, known as "Safe Place," were honored during Thursday's Washington County Board of Education meeting.

Superintendent Elizabeth Morgan said the students' public service announcement was meant to raise awareness about the rights of children regarding child abuse and about the services of the advocacy center.

The students who were honored from Washington County Technical High School's digital communications class were James D. Banks, Dara M. Gamby, Bryant M. Gidich, K.C. Marquart, Ashley E. McCallister, Celeste M. Morris, Amanda E. Spigler and Stefan A. G. Sterling.

Emma K. Doub Elementary School Students who were recognized were Andrew Dobrzanski, Makayla J. Gibson, Miles Greenwood and Sasha Lawrence.

Raiis D. Jampa from E. Russell Hicks Middle School also was honored.

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