Three local students compete in Columbus

Three Huron county 4-Hers showed off their creativity recently when they took their skit about the mean, green virus machine to the Health and Safety Speaking contest to the state fair in Columbus. Kimberly Rospert, 13 and the daughter of Steve and Laurie Rospert; Erin Kramer, 12 and the daughter of James and Susan Rospert; and Olivia Scheid, 11 and the daughter of Daniel and Annette Scheid; worked on a skit about how the common cold is spread for about two months.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

Three Huron county 4-Hers showed off their creativity recently when they took their skit about the mean, green virus machine to the Health and Safety Speaking contest to the state fair in Columbus.

Kimberly Rospert, 13 and the daughter of Steve and Laurie Rospert; Erin Kramer, 12 and the daughter of James and Susan Rospert; and Olivia Scheid, 11 and the daughter of Daniel and Annette Scheid; worked on a skit about how the common cold is spread for about two months.

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