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Black History Month contest winners
The Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department recognized winners of the
annual Black History Month coloring and essay contests sponsored by the Winston
Salem Police, Fire and Recreation and Parks departments. The coloring contest was for
children in grades kindergarten through three, and the essay contest was for students in
Photos by Donna Rogers
Black History Month coloring contest winners, for children in grades kinder
garten through three, recognized on Feb. 21 are (R-L): first-graders Braydon
Luck, representing Hanes Hosiery Community Center, and Chance Orie, repre
senting Carl Russell Sr. Recreation Center; second-grader Eliana Brown, repre
senting Polo Park Recreation Center; and third-grader Kyla Stubbs, also repre
senting Polo Park Recreation Center.
grades four through 12. The winners of the Black History Month coloring and essay con
tests were featured during the third annual Public Safety Black History Month
Celebration on Sunday, Feb. 21 at Galilee Missionary Baptist
Black History Month essay contest winners, for students in grades four through
12, recognized on Feb. 21 are (R-L): in the Elementary School division are
Melanie Williford, representing Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, and
Ethan Friend, Little Creek Recreation Center; in the Middle School division is
Jayla Graham, representing Sedge Garden Recreation Center; and in the High
School division are Zion Jones, representing Carl Russell Sr. Recreation Center,
and Kristina Gardner, representing 14th Street Recreation Center. Not pictured:
in the Middle School division, Malik Wagner, representing W.C. Sims Sr.
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