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Knights of Columbus holds math, spelling contests

5:04 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
Winners in the Knights of Columbus math contest for students from the St. Francis of Assisi middle school campus in Manitowoc are, front row from left, Mitchell Schneider, Connor Jacoby, Judy Anbu, Elizabeth Hoffman and Nicole Wagner; and back row from left, Andrew Miller, Eli Brahm, Connor Angst, Tanner Blanke, Nikki Froelich, Massendra Musial and Bryannan Wallander.
Winners in the Knights of Columbus math contest for students from the St. Francis of Assisi middle school campus in Manitowoc are, front row from left, Mitchell Schneider, Connor Jacoby, Judy Anbu, Elizabeth Hoffman and Nicole Wagner; and back row from left, Andrew Miller, Eli Brahm, Connor Angst, Tanner Blanke, Nikki Froelich, Massendra Musial and Bryannan Wallander.
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The Knights of Columbus recently held its annual math and spelling contests for students from the St. Francis of Assisi middle school campus. The competitions were held at the school and drew 55 students in math and 45 in spelling. Winners will go on to regional competition in Kaukauna later this month.

Results are as follows:Math

Eighth grade - Connor Angst, first place; Nicole Froelich, second; Tanner Blanke, third; ...

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