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Fifteen middle schoolers advance in Reflections contest

Fifteen students from Ephraim Middle School show off their awards after winning the local level of the Reflections Contest. The students have the chance to move onto the regional level and possibly the national level early next year with the theme: “What’s your Story.” On the top row are Cambrya Cox in photography, Sarah Evertt in 3D art, Bethany Christensen in 3D art and film, Janessa Bridges in literature, Talon Rasmussen in visual arts and Payton Andreason in visual arts. On the front row are Izabella Ristine in film production, Mathew Olsen in 3D art, Amelia Cheney in visual art, Dylan Anderson in visual art, Itcel Marquez in literature, Kaylee Gowans in literature and Cooper Hunter in literature.
Fifteen students from Ephraim Middle School show off their awards after winning the local level of the Reflections Contest. The students have the chance to move onto the regional level and possibly the national level early next year with the theme: “What’s your Story.” On the top row are Cambrya Cox in photography, Sarah Evertt in 3D art, Bethany Christensen in 3D art and film, Janessa Bridges in literature, Talon Rasmussen in visual arts and Payton Andreason in visual arts. On the front row are Izabella Ristine in film production, Mathew Olsen in 3D art, Amelia Cheney in visual art, Dylan Anderson in visual art, Itcel Marquez in literature, Kaylee Gowans in literature and Cooper Hunter in literature.