Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

By Jimmie Earls
Pine Bluffs Post Editor 

Local students ready to spell it out

 


Several students from local schools will compete Wednesday, January 20 in the Laramie County Spelling Bee, which will be held in the Union Pacific Centennial Room in the CCI Building at Laramie County Community College.  The top two spellers from each school will compete.

Representing Albin Elementary School will be Luke Lerwick and Jackson Kirkbride. Serving as an alternate will be Anabela Whitehead.

Burns Elementary will be represented by Jim Christensen and Megan Sohl. Kylie Vercelli will serve as the alternate.

Students from Carpenter Elementary competing are Emma Gonzalez and Ryan Fogg. The alternate will be Hayden Hoffman.

Pine Bluffs Elementary will be represented by Jude Pachel and Kami Tangeman, while Grace Steenbergen will serve as the alternate.

Competing for Pine Bluffs Junior High will be Sophie Howard and Brian Arzola, with Greg Fornstrom as the alternate.

Burns Junior High will send Lexie Jenkins and Wyatt Ebben, with Harkiran Kaur acting as alternate.

 

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