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CCVL spelling bee winners

<p>Anita Barnett, Keith Lux and Jona Schauer (from left) with Ameriprise Financial Team show off their first place trophy for winning the Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy Adult Spelling Bee held Oct. 24. The Ameriprise team won by correctly spelling the word “eclipse.”</p>

Anita Barnett, Keith Lux and Jona Schauer (from left) with Ameriprise Financial Team show off their first place trophy for winning the Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy Adult Spelling Bee held Oct. 24. The Ameriprise team won by correctly spelling the word “eclipse.”

<p><strong></strong>Whitney Hampton, Tiffany Sagley and Ellyn Marsh with Citizens Bank &amp; Trust were elated to take second place at the adult spelling bee.</p>

Whitney Hampton, Tiffany Sagley and Ellyn Marsh with Citizens Bank & Trust were elated to take second place at the adult spelling bee.

<p><strong></strong>Third place winners are Marla Walker, Marie Johnson and Becky Shockley with the City of Mulberry team.</p>

Third place winners are Marla Walker, Marie Johnson and Becky Shockley with the City of Mulberry team.

<p><strong></strong>Cheerleaders for Morton Dentistry won the cheer team award. Also pictured are Crawford County Judge John Hall and Van Buren Mayor Bob Freeman. Winner of the Furst Aut award for being the first team to misspell a word was the Van Buren Advertising and Promotion Commission Team (not pictured).</p>

Cheerleaders for Morton Dentistry won the cheer team award. Also pictured are Crawford County Judge John Hall and Van Buren Mayor Bob Freeman. Winner of the Furst Aut award for being the first team to misspell a word was the Van Buren Advertising and Promotion Commission Team (not pictured).

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