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Mineral Point fifth-grader wins invasive species poster contest

2:03 PM, Jun. 12, 2013
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A Mineral Point fifth-grader won top honors in the Invasive Species Awareness Month poster contest open to Wisconsin fourth- and fifth-graders. Nicholas DuBois' winning design, and most of the posters submitted by students, will be displayed at the Capitol rotunda from June 7 through June 21.

DuBois, a student at Mineral Point Elementary, and other poster contest winners were honored today by the Wisconsin Invasive Species Council during a ceremony at Olbrich Botanical Garden in Madison.

Yashav Patel, a student at St. Frances Cabrini in Oshkosh, won second place and Morgan Wendel, a ...

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