KMOS-TV Recognizes Young Writers

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Area winners were Katherine Eckhoff, Stover; Amy Weston, Chesterfield; Jaeden Webb, Centerview; Jack Crawford, California; Lauren Holsapple, Jefferson City; Sophia Warner, Marceline; Emma Smith, Warrensburg, and Luke Crawford, California.

Photo submitted Area winners were Katherine Eckhoff, Stover; Amy Weston, Chesterfield; Jaeden Webb, Centerview; Jack Crawford, California; Lauren Holsapple, Jefferson City; Sophia Warner, Marceline; Emma Smith, Warrensburg, and Luke Crawford, California.

Young writers from across mid-Missouri recently participated in the 2013 KMOS Kids Writers Celebration sponsored by KMOS-TV, the University of Central Missouri’s public broadcasting station.

The 19th annual contest drew entries from throughout the KMOS-TV viewing area. Awards were presented to groups at various locations, and Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander met with the group of award recipients in Jefferson City.

Kindergarten winners were, first place, Sofia Heredia, “Trust Me,” Columbia; second place, Hayley Frevert, “I Love You,” Boonville; third place, Sophia Warner, “Rose Travels the World,” Marceline; honorable mention, Carter Holliday, “Boomba Needs a Friend,” Columbia.

First grade winners were, first place, Molly Angell, “The Horse Who Lost His Neigh,” Columbia; second place, Jack Crawford, “The Ants and the Construction Site,” California; third place, Savannah Nilson, “The Animal Safari,” Green Ridge; honorable mention, Amy Weston “Finding a Family,” Columbia.

Second grade winners were, first place, Katherine Eckhoff, “Crazy Daisy,” Stover; second place, Ella McClung, “The New Dog,” Columbia; third place, Jaeden Webb, “Lizzie’s Star Adventure,” Centerview; honorable mention, “Amy Weston, “Grace is Back,” Chesterfield.

Third grade winners were, first place, Luke Crawford, “The Abandoned Track,” California; second place, Lauren Holsapple, “The Time Machine,” Jefferson City; third place, Lexi Buck, “Grandma’s Coo Coo Clock,” Stover; honorable mention, Emma Smith, “Flip Crash Bang Boom,” Warrensburg.

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