Freedom Contest winners


Haer Bears 4-H group members are pictured with Recycling Coalition Secretary Tom Aluise. The club won the champion prize.

Haer Bears 4-H group members are pictured with Recycling Coalition Secretary Tom Aluise. The club won the champion prize.


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Kenly Arbogast (left) accepted a $100 price for the 4-H club. Kerstyn Clendenin (right) won $75 for winning the seventh through eighth grade contest. Clendenin made a basket from recycled magazines.


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A local 4-H club participated in the Recycling Coalition of West Virginia’s Freedom Contest.

The Haer Bears 4-H Club won $100 for their participation and champion price in the contest. Kerstyn Clendenin won $75 for winning the seventh through eighth grade contest. Clendenin made a woven basket from recycled magazines.

According to the coalition’s website, the contest encourages students art — including a drawing, painting, song, video, writing a poem or essay, or sculpting something based on a recycling theme.

Haer Bears 4-H group members are pictured with Recycling Coalition Secretary Tom Aluise. The club won the champion prize.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2020/01/web1_Freedom-1.jpgHaer Bears 4-H group members are pictured with Recycling Coalition Secretary Tom Aluise. The club won the champion prize. Courtesy

Kenly Arbogast (left) accepted a $100 price for the 4-H club. Kerstyn Clendenin (right) won $75 for winning the seventh through eighth grade contest. Clendenin made a basket from recycled magazines.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2020/01/web1_Freedom-2.jpgKenly Arbogast (left) accepted a $100 price for the 4-H club. Kerstyn Clendenin (right) won $75 for winning the seventh through eighth grade contest. Clendenin made a basket from recycled magazines. Courtesy