Let's hear it for Harmony!
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Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
CAROLYN WILLIAMS congratulates the Harmony Elementary School winners of the first round of spelling at the 21st Annual Spelling Bee for Literacy at the Gilmer Civic Center. From left are the team of Charity Berry, Angel Brown and Emma Lindsey, while members of the Ore City and Gilmer teams stand behind them. Below, Harmony’s winning trio, from left, of Angie Chavez, Alise Pruitt and Abigail Hill efficiently spelled “effortless” to win the second round of competition at the Spelling Bee Thursday. Behind them stand Carolyn Williams, director of the Upshur County Literacy Program, the Gilmer Intermediate School team of Livi Ogle, Avery Jackson and James Morrow, who won the Spirit Stick, and the Ore City Middle School team of Melanie Oliver, Seth Brittain and Tyler Ross.
Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby
CAROLYN WILLIAMS congratulates the Harmony Elementary School winners of the first round of spelling at the 21st Annual Spelling Bee for Literacy at the Gilmer Civic Center. From left are the team of Charity Berry, Angel Brown and Emma Lindsey, while members of the Ore City and Gilmer teams stand behind them. Below, Harmony’s winning trio, from left, of Angie Chavez, Alise Pruitt and Abigail Hill efficiently spelled “effortless” to win the second round of competition at the Spelling Bee Thursday. Behind them stand Carolyn Williams, director of the Upshur County Literacy Program, the Gilmer Intermediate School team of Livi Ogle, Avery Jackson and James Morrow, who won the Spirit Stick, and the Ore City Middle School team of Melanie Oliver, Seth Brittain and Tyler Ross.
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