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Poster Contest Certificate of Participation
These are truly beautiful certificates!

It is a pleasure to recognize the students who have taken their time and effort--and given their enthusiasm--to represent these special characters and the important messages they promote.

And the students really do appreciate being recognized with the certificates.  Of course, they all would like to be THE winner--but our garden club wants them to know how much we--and the US Forest Service--appreciate their work!
Kathleen | 11/14/2022 12:06 PM
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