Cleveland/Bradley KAB
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CLEVELAND/BRADLEY KAB held a recent competition for middle schoolers to develop a mascot. KAB asked “What is your vision for a Keep America Beautiful Mascot?” Second-place winner Katie Ben-Judah, who won $50 for her mascot design, displays her concept. She is standing with Bradley County Commissioner Robert Rominger and KAB Executive Director Joanne Maskew. Not available for a photo is first-place winner Gunner Wright, who won $100 for his design. Both are students at Lake Forest Middle School. Banner photo, HOWARD PIERCE
CLEVELAND/BRADLEY KAB held a recent competition for middle schoolers to develop a mascot. KAB asked “What is your vision for a Keep America Beautiful Mascot?” Second-place winner Katie Ben-Judah, who won $50 for her mascot design, displays her concept. She is standing with Bradley County Commissioner Robert Rominger and KAB Executive Director Joanne Maskew. Not available for a photo is first-place winner Gunner Wright, who won $100 for his design. Both are students at Lake Forest Middle School. Banner photo, HOWARD PIERCE
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