Conservation Exhibits Score at Fair Poughkeepsie Middle School Winners ... Allison Maroney. LOL
Conservation Exhibits Score At Fair The need for constructing res - i ervolrs or lakes and the pres ervation of trees or forests cap tured the eyes of the judges at the Poughkeepsie Middle School's Conservation Fair Wednesday night Top place in grade five was given to the children of Room 111 (Ronald Magin, teacher), for the construction of a minia ture reservoir, complete with dam, running water and a small village in the "valley" below. Top prize in grade six was awarded to Room 204 (Robert Stauderman, teacher) which highlighted "Save our Forests." Students wrote essays on "Lumbering," "Lumbering," painted murals and had numerous types of wood on display. Credit Bureaus Under Scrutiny ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Cred - i 87 Both winning exhibits will be on display in the Annual Sportsman's Sportsman's Show, this weekend at Arlington Senior High School. Students in grade 5 responsible responsible for making their winning rpoject were: Ellen Abeil, Mary Beth Britt, Kurt Coleman, Diane Collins. Myrtle Evans, Joanne Greene, David Henion, Diane Kanter, Dale Kelley, Thomas Lambos, Jerri McGill, Raymond Marino, Kim Murray, Antoinette Pender, Perry Plain, David Riley, Scott Saland, Da vid VanVlack, Mark Humes, Franklin Liefer, Joyce R. Mayo, Michael Mendez, Darla Na - n.eth, Darlene Williams. Pupils in grade 6 with their winning porject were: Trudy Anderson, Kathy Bliss, Jerri Booth, Paul Collins, David Dancv. Rene Davis, Alex Dixon, Daryl Green, Karen Guy, Nick Landeklc, Linda Lane, Mary Leach, Michael Lyons, Trudy McClinton. Allison Maroney, Andrew Morse, Richard Panes - sa, April Penfield, Marshall Penka, Darrett Roberts, Wayne Roberts, Debra Skapetis, Ronald Ronald Stokes and Linda VanBen - schoten. Runner - up In grade five was Room 122 (William smaueyj which was entitled "Ecology Our Environment" Receiving honorable mention was Room 115 (Mrs. Margery Ruder) "Soil. Water Air Conservation;" R o o m 116 (Mrs. Marsha Schlossberg) Schlossberg) "Weather and Air Pollution," and Room 119 (Zlnas Mavodones) "Trees." Runnerup in grade six was Room 207 (Leonard Tantlllo). f" Water and Air Pollution."! Honorable mention was given to Room 211 (Harry Schmltt) "Litter;" Room 223 (Miss Mary Ann Fediw) "WlldUfe," and room 209 (William Esser) "Pollution Man's Desecration of Land, Water and Air." Judges were: Joseph Steeley, of the division of fish and wildlife, wildlife, New York State Conservation Conservation Department; Richard Robinson, Robinson, Dutchess County Cooperative Cooperative Extension Association; Mrs. Alice Jones, Ralph Waterman Waterman Bird Club; Sheriff Lawrence Lawrence M. Quinlan, Douglas Campbell of the Dutches County Federation of Fish and Game Clubs and Willard Vrooj man, president of the Hudson Valley Sportsmen's Association?