Temecula Valley Museum announces winning entries from the 19th annual Third Grade History Contest

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TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Museum announced winners from the 19th annual Third Grade History Contest. This contest encourages creativity and ingenuity while teaching the importance of preserving Temecula’s rich history for the appreciation of many future generations. Students were awarded medals and certificates in recognition of the imaginative expressions that represent the cherished history of the Temecula Valley.The anonymous, unsigned projects were judged at the Temecula Valley Museum by judges Bob Hagel of the city Planning Commissioner; Kathryn Sizemore, chair of the city Community Services Commission; Yuan Hawkes, commissioner of the city Community Services; Jackie Steed, vice chair of the city REDI Commission, and Crystal Pastorian, commissioner of the city REDI Commis
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