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Coloring contest winners

The Franklin County Health Unit, Wal-Mart of Ozark and Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus teamed up to offer a coloring contest for pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade aged children obtaining vaccines at the Franklin County Health Unit July 7-31. Laura Rudolph, director of community outreach at Arkansas Tech-Ozark and Roxie Hall of Wal-Mart of Ozark, judged the contest and selected the winners Aug. 1. On Aug. 11, Rudolph, Hall, and Wal-Mart of Ozark Store Manager Chad Graham presented winning participants Layne Coslet, 8, and Emily Green, 10, both of Mulberry, and Torrance Fortenberry, 5, and Trinity Fortenberry, 6, both of Cecil, with backpacks filled with school supplies, in addition to essential items preparing them for their first day of school. Front row, from left are Layne Coslet and Emily Green, both of Mulberry, and Torrance and Trinity Fortenberry, both of Cecil; (back row, from left) Laura Rudolph, store manager at Wal-Mart of Ozark Chad Graham, and Roxie Hall.
The Franklin County Health Unit, Wal-Mart of Ozark and Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus teamed up to offer a coloring contest for pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade aged children obtaining vaccines at the Franklin County Health Unit July 7-31. Laura Rudolph, director of community outreach at Arkansas Tech-Ozark and Roxie Hall of Wal-Mart of Ozark, judged the contest and selected the winners Aug. 1. On Aug. 11, Rudolph, Hall, and Wal-Mart of Ozark Store Manager Chad Graham presented winning participants Layne Coslet, 8, and Emily Green, 10, both of Mulberry, and Torrance Fortenberry, 5, and Trinity Fortenberry, 6, both of Cecil, with backpacks filled with school supplies, in addition to essential items preparing them for their first day of school. Front row, from left are Layne Coslet and Emily Green, both of Mulberry, and Torrance and Trinity Fortenberry, both of Cecil; (back row, from left) Laura Rudolph, store manager at Wal-Mart of Ozark Chad Graham, and Roxie Hall.

The Franklin County Health Unit, Wal-Mart of Ozark and Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus teamed up to offer a coloring contest for pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade aged children obtaining vaccines at the Franklin County Health Unit July 7-31. Laura Rudolph, director of community outreach at Arkansas Tech-Ozark and Roxie Hall of Wal-Mart of Ozark, judged the contest and selected the winners. On Aug. 11, Rudolph, Hall, and Wal-Mart of Ozark Store Manager Chad Graham presented winning participants Layne Coslet, 8, and Emily Green, 10, both of Mulberry, and Torrance Fortenberry, 5, and Trinity Fortenberry, 6, both of Cecil, with backpacks filled with school supplies, in addition to essential items preparing them for their first day of school. Front row, from left are Layne Coslet, Emily Green and Torrance and Trinity Fortenberry; (back row, from left) Laura Rudolph, store manager at Wal-Mart of Ozark Chad Graham, and Roxie Hall.

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