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Here you will find all of our previous contest winners. 
Read their poems and see their pictures. 
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 This was contest #2 
for the first contest of 2001
The winner is 
Alyssa McLaughlin
for the terrific poem
that she wrote,
Congratulations Alyssa!
Amusement Park Magic 
Lickin' my ice cream cone 
Running through the blur of colors 
Wind blowin' through my hair 
Rollercoasters flyin' 
The rides, and games 
Fun, Fun, Fun! 
It is like a magic trick 
And I am a playing card. 
Through and through 
The hours progress 
And finally it is time to take a rest. 

When we leave 
It is time for "good-bye" 
All the excitement and Amazement... 
Left for next time!

This was contest #1 
for the first contest of 2001
Claire McFerrin
won with her wonderful 
picture shown to the right. 
Well done Claire!
 This was contest #2 
for our Summer 2000 contest. 
The winner is 
Rebecca Schiavone 
for the terrific poem 
that she wrote, 
shown to the right. 
Congratulations Rebecca!
The Jolly Fourth 
Oh this day is quite a treat, 
I skip about in but bare feet. 
With my puppie at my side, 
I feel no reason I should hide, 
From the fireworks so bright, 
Who fill the sky with their light. 
Everyone has flags to wave, 
While cannons rant and rave, 
I have a flag, so does my hound, 
That of which we can wave around.
This was contest #1. 
Our Summer 2000 contest! 
Nneka Eke won with her 
wonderful picture shown 
on the right. 
Well done Nneka!
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This was contest #2 
for our June, 2000 contest. 
The winner is Lisa Meyers 
for the terrific poem that she wrote, 
shown on the right.
Congratulations Lisa!
When I Grow Up 
I stretch out my legs,  At the foot of the tree, 
I open my book,  And what do I see? 
A daring young fireman,  Cooling the blaze, 
"Do I want to do this?"  I think through the haze. 
He rescues a woman,  And her baby too, 
No, I don't want the feel,  Of that fiery goo. 
And now I see Armstrong,  Exploring the moon. 
"Shall this be my future?"  I quietly croon. 
He sticks a tall flag,  Into the rich soil. 
"Not enough action,  too much turmoil." 
The next page, a rock star,  That could be for me. 
No, his hair is all goofy,  And he's thin as a ski. 
His throat is all pink,  And his face bright red. 
I think I'll choose  Some other job instead. 
My book ends like this,  And now I do see, 
When I grow up, I want to be me!
This was contest #1.  
Our first 2000 contest! 
Angeles Zavola  
won with her wonderful  
picture shown to the right  
Well done Angeles!
This was contest #3  
for our first contest of 2000! 
The winner is  
Giancarlo Guerrero,  
for his beautifully 
colored in picture. 
Well Done, Giancarlo!
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This was contest #2  
for our first 2000 contest. 
The winner is  
Megan Gilbert  
for the terrific poem  
that she wrote. 
Congratulations Megan!
What to Do? 

What to do? 
They're having so much fun, 
while we're sitting in here. 
Doing work that is not as fun 
And having a craving to 
go outside and play! 
Now, what to do? 
Go outside and have 
some fun? 
I don't know what to do!

This was contest #3  
for October, 1999. 
The winner is  
Matthew Soderback,  
for his beautifully 
colored in picture 
 Well Done, Matthew!
This was contest #2 
for October, 1999 
The winner is 
Cindy Hong for 
the terrific poem 
that she wrote, 
Congratulations Cindy!
 What I See 
I stand here from above a hill 
With my eyes, I can see till 
The sky is no more 
And there are trees galore 
I see and I think 
Is the sun about to sink? 
For it is lowering below 
To a land of woes. 
From this hill 
Where I stand still, 
I see what lies ahead 
Clear blue skies, 
Mountains rising high, 
And pigs that are well fed. 
I hope the future brings for me 
What right now I see. 
A beautiful land 
With opportunity 
Sits there waiting for me!
This was contest #3 
for July, 1999. 
 The winner is  
Adam Odenwelder, 
for his beautifully  
colored in picture. 
Well Done, Adam!
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This was contest #2  
for July, 1999 
Daveon McClure  
wrote this terrific poem.
Nature 
When I go outside I imagine that 
the trees are very tall 
and there's Swans flying gracefully 
in the beautiful light blue sky. 
While 4 kittens are rolling around 
with colorful yarn. 
And the best of all is the sun is shining 
bright in the sky looking proud. 
And as I walk through the golden path I 
see Leaves of the colors green, red and orange 
and yellow shaking by the wind. 
And it make's me feel like singing the 
song what a beautiful world.
This was contest #1  
for February, 1999. 
Kelsey Daugherty  
won with this  
wonderful picture, 
drawn for the poem, 
"The Blizzard"
This was contest #2  
for February, 1999 
Kelly Eland  
wrote this terrific poem.
Sitting Under Here 
Sitting under here, I see a rainbow in the sky. 
Sitting under here, I just let the world fly by. 
Sitting under here, all my dreams come true. 
Sitting under here, I pick a flower that is blue. 
Sitting under here, I watch the moon up in the sky. 
Sitting under here, I let the clouds race by. 
Sitting under here, flowers grow all around. 
Sitting under here, with vines creeping from the ground. 
Sitting under here, listening to the birds up in the tree, 
Sitting under here, it's like they're singing just for me!
This was contest #3  
for February, 1999. 
The winner is  
Erin Kuntz 
for her beautifully  
colored in picture.
Candice Fitzgerald, 
Long Pond, PA.
Contest #3 
October, 1998
Jennifer Murray, Age 6 
East Stroudsburg, PA.
Contest #2 
October, 1998
Marcy Lombardi, Age 7 
Stroudsburg, PA.
Contest #1 
October, 1998
  
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