In celebration of the City of Centennial’s 10th Anniversary, third grade students in the city were asked to draw a picture to illustrate “What …
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In celebration of the City of Centennial’s 10th Anniversary,
third grade students in the city were asked to draw a picture to
illustrate “What Centennial means to you?”
Out of the 16 elementary schools in the city, seven responded by
submitting hundreds of drawings from the Littleton and Cherry Creek
School Districts. One winner was selected from each school
The winner from the Littleton Public School District is Kayla
Chavez from Mrs. Bergmen’s third-grade class at Peabody Elementary
The winner from the Cherry Creek School District is Crystal
Larrea in Mrs. Fletcher’s third-grade class at Trails West
“Selecting a winner was very tough. All of the submittals were
extremely creative and very thoughtful. I enjoyed learning what
parts of Centennial are important to the city’s youth,” said
Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon.”
Each winner’s class received a pizza party provided by the city
and a $25 gift card to a Centennial business. In addition, the
selected artwork will be an upcoming edition of the Centennial
Connection newsletter and on the City’s website, by clicking the
Centennial button on the left of the home page.
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