Fair Housing Month Poster Contest

RESULTS FROM 2018-2019 POSTER CONTEST

"You + Me = CommUNITY"
2018-2019 Poster Contest for 4th, 5th & 6th Grade Students


Thank you to all the students who participated in the 11th annual fair housing month poster contest. We had 83 entries making our judges deliberation very difficult.  The top three posters for each age group are as follows:

 


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4th Grade - 1st Place: Drake Foster, Cole R-V Eugene

 

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 4th Grade - 2nd Place: Ryleigh Kliethermes, Cole R-V Eugene

 

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4th Grade - 3rd Place: Allison Luebbering, Cole R-V Eugene

 

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5th Grade - 1st Place: Abby Sumner, Home School

 

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5th Grade - 2nd Place: Traeger Carrender, Cole R-V Eugene

 

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5th Grade - 3rd Place: Dalton Frank, Cole R-V Eugene

 

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6th Grade - 1st Place: Addison Branum, Blair Oaks

 

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6th Grade - 2nd Place: Isabel Crews, Cole R-1 Russellville

 

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6th Grade - 3rd Place: Ava Nilges, Cole R-1 Russellville

 

A special thanks to our judges:

  • Mayor Carrie Tergin, City of Jefferson
  • Mitchell Woodrum, Chair of the City of Jefferson Commission on Human Relations
  • Leann Porrello, Cultural Arts Specialist for the City of Jefferson

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On April 1, 2019, the students were recognized at a City Council meeting and awarded their prizes. All students receive ribbons and participation awards.

This event is proudly sponsored by: Jefferson City Area Board of REALTORS®, Inc., REACT of Jefferson City, City of Jefferson, Hawthorn Bank, Community Point Bank, Sharon Campbell-Missouri Farm Bureau, Central Bank, Home Warranty, Inc., and Midwest Title & Escrow.

REALTORS® continue to be outspoken advocates for fair housing, working with home buyers and sellers to ensure they receive equal access to affordable housing and home ownership. The Fair Housing Act protects the basic right of all Americans to pursue the dream of home ownership, free from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status and national origin.

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