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Optimist Club sponsors Respect for Law poster contest
Contest held at Sugar Hill Elementary
Hall Co. Optimist Club Respect for Law contest
Hall County Sheriff’s Capt. Chris Matthews, Capt. Marcus Neville, Imijin Gooch, Christina Gazboda, Stephanie McHugh, Sarah Sanders, Rudy Corn and Joyce Guyton pose for a photo. Sanders, Christina Gazboda and Gooch were the “Respect for Law” poster contest winners at Sugar Hill Elementary.

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The Hall County Optimist Club recently sponsored a “Respect for Law” poster contest at Sugar Hill Elementary School. The contest was open to all fifth-grade students at the school, who were asked to interpret the topic of “Respect for Law.”

Winners were Sarah Sanders, first place; Christina Gazboda, second place; and Imijin Gooch, third place.

The contest was coordinated by Corn, President of Hall County Optimist Club and Stephanie McHugh, art specialist at Sugar Hill Elementary. The students were honored at their fifth-grade graduation ceremony by Capt. Chris Matthews and Capt. Marcus Neville of the Hall County Sheriff's Office, Rudy Corn, Joyce Guyton and McHugh.

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