Winners of Victim Witness poster contest announced


The third grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): third place Cain Sever, second place Haylee Havens, first place Hayley Long and Judge David Bender.


The fourth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): first place Morgan Cartwright with Judge David Bender. Maggie Copas, second place, is not pictured.


The fifth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): second place Katia Detty, first place Joshalynn Worth, and Judge David Bender.


The third grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Kole Souther, second place Pierce McCarty, and third place MacKenzie Cory.


The fourth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Jesse Woolever, second place Saraya Bernard, and third place Megan Cory.


The fifth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): first place Megan Manns, Judge Victor Pontious Jr., second place Reagan Ivers, and third place Miranda Cory.


The winners from the Fayette County Victim Witness Division’s fifth-annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Week poster contest were recently announced.

This year’s theme was “Make cyberbullying extinct…connect with respect.” There was a first, second and third place winner in each grade from both Miami Trace Elementary and Belle Aire Intermediate schools.

All winners have had their posters displayed at Washington C.H. Municipal Court and had a pizza luncheon with local judges at the end of the school year.

The third grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): third place Cain Sever, second place Haylee Havens, first place Hayley Long and Judge David Bender.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_3rd-grade-Belle-Aire-Winners.jpgThe third grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): third place Cain Sever, second place Haylee Havens, first place Hayley Long and Judge David Bender.

The fourth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): first place Morgan Cartwright with Judge David Bender. Maggie Copas, second place, is not pictured.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_4th-Grade-Belle-Aire-Winners.jpgThe fourth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): first place Morgan Cartwright with Judge David Bender. Maggie Copas, second place, is not pictured.

The fifth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): second place Katia Detty, first place Joshalynn Worth, and Judge David Bender.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_5th-grade-Belle-Aire-Winners.jpgThe fifth grade winners from Belle Aire (left to right): second place Katia Detty, first place Joshalynn Worth, and Judge David Bender.

The third grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Kole Souther, second place Pierce McCarty, and third place MacKenzie Cory.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_3rd-Grade-MT-winners.jpgThe third grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Kole Souther, second place Pierce McCarty, and third place MacKenzie Cory.

The fourth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Jesse Woolever, second place Saraya Bernard, and third place Megan Cory.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_4th-grade-MT-winners.jpgThe fourth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): Judge Victor Pontious Jr. with first place Jesse Woolever, second place Saraya Bernard, and third place Megan Cory.

The fifth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): first place Megan Manns, Judge Victor Pontious Jr., second place Reagan Ivers, and third place Miranda Cory.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_5th-grade-MT-winners.jpgThe fifth grade winners from Miami Trace Elementary (left to right): first place Megan Manns, Judge Victor Pontious Jr., second place Reagan Ivers, and third place Miranda Cory.
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