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<p>The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation sponsors a national poster contest in an effort to allow children to share their impressions of daily life for an American roadway worker. The response was so incredible that the Arkansas Chapter sponsored a statewide contest where more than 2,000 students participated. Students in grades kindergarten through six were invited to submit their impressions of the daily life of America’s roadway workers for a national poster contest. Participating from Cedarville Middle School were (from left) Avery Shelly, participant; Jacob Kattich, fourth place; Tobey Roberts, art teacher; Hunter Dye, participant; and Natalyn Flores, first place.</p>

The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation sponsors a national poster contest in an effort to allow children to share their impressions of daily life for an American roadway worker. The response was so incredible that the Arkansas Chapter sponsored a statewide contest where more than 2,000 students participated. Students in grades kindergarten through six were invited to submit their impressions of the daily life of America’s roadway workers for a national poster contest. Participating from Cedarville Middle School were (from left) Avery Shelly, participant; Jacob Kattich, fourth place; Tobey Roberts, art teacher; Hunter Dye, participant; and Natalyn Flores, first place.

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