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Updated: 03/21/2013 08:00:03AM

Bartow students shine in History Fair

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Christine Roslow


The Saint Thomas Aquinas counsel 12314 of the Knights of Columbus on Friday, March 15, gave to checks totalling $582 to the Jean O’Dell Learning Center in Bartow. It is proceeds from the counsel’s Tootsie Roll drive and will be utilized to support the educational programs for students at the Center. From left to right presenting the check is Father Eugene Grytner from the Saint Thomas Aquinas parish, David Wood, principal of the school, Leon LaClair, counsel treasurer, Jack Daubert, counsel trustee, Mike Brown, counsel activities director, and Rick Davila, counsel trustee.


Second place Group Exhibit winners were Bartow Middle students Mckenzie Braaten (left), Guissepe Page (middle) and Grace Eckman (right).

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Twenty-one students attending schools in Bartow won awards at the Annual Polk County History Fair which was Friday, Feb. 22 in Bartow.

Students demonstrated their research skills by writing historical papers, by giving history-based performances, creating exhibits, documentaries, history focused web pages and other vehicles. Hundreds of entries were placed and those who placed first or second will represent Polk County in state competition in May.

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