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NMT 2014 Contest Winners

NMT 2014 Contest Winners

Ozarks Christian Academy in West Plains won last year's contest for the 3-5-Grade Category and Grand Prize for its "Get a Heart... Recycle! Tin Man" entry created by 11 grammar school students of teachers Angela Littlejohn and Denise Estes. According to their entry, the school's spring play was The Wizard of Oz and the students decided to keep with that theme and do a Tin Man trashcan. Since the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz is longing for a heart, they decided 'Get a Heart...Recycle!' was a perfect logo for their Trash Can Tin Man.

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NMT 3-5 and Grand Prize Winner Ozarks Christian Academy

NMT 3-5 and Grand Prize Winner Ozarks Christian Academy

Ozarks Christian Academy in West Plains won the 3-5-Grade Category and Grand Prize for its “Get a Heart… Recycle! Tin Man” entry in the 2014 No MOre Trash! Trash Can Contest. It was created by 11 grammar school students of teachers Angela Littlejohn and Denise Estes.

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NMT 6-8 Winner Glasgow R-2

NMT 6-8 Winner Glasgow R-2

Glasgow R-2 won the 6-8-Grade Category for its “Missouri Can’t Bear Any Trash (but this bear can)” entry in the 2014 No MOre Trash! Can Contest. It was created by 19 students in teacher Jill Flinn’s sixth grade art class.

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NMT K-2 Winner Smithville Primary Elementary School

NMT K-2 Winner Smithville Primary Elementary School

Smithville Primary Elementary School won the K-2-Grade Category for its “Save a Critter, Please Don’t Litter” entry in the 2014 No MOre Trash! Can Contest. It was created by seven students in Girl Scout Troop 1919 of teacher Sara Freeman.

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No MOre Trash 2012 Grand Prize Winner

No MOre Trash 2012 Grand Prize Winner

The OMS Green Team of Oakville Middle School won first place in the grade 6-8 category and the grand prize in the 2012 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter Free” trashcan-decorating contest. The team’s theme was “Refresh the Earth” to encourage more recycling and less waste and trash in the school and lunch room.

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No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

Marj Locker's seventh grade art class at Southwest Livingston County R1 School in Ludlow won the 2015 No MOre Trash! trashcan contest 6–8-Grade Category and the Grand Prize with their entry, "In Recycling We Trust."

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No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

Jean Schaible's two fourth and fifth graders at Schaible Homeschool in Union won the 2015 No MOre Trash trashcan contest 3-5-Grade Category for their entry, "Littering Is For the Birds" featuring the Missouri State Bird the Eastern Bluebird.

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No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

No MOre Trash 2015 Winner

Girl Scout Troop Organizer Kass Stolzberg's kindergarten and first grade Daisies and second-grade Brownies at Ross Elementary School in St. Louis won the 2015 No MOre Trash trashcan contest K-2-Grade Category for their entry, "Girl Scouts Make the World a Better Place with No MOre Trash!"

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No MOre Trash Can Contest 3-5 Winner S.M Rissler Elementary School

No MOre Trash Can Contest 3-5 Winner

The Elementary Student Council of S.M Rissler Elementary School won first place for the grade 3-5 category in the 2012 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter Free” trashcan-decorating contest. The students created the character R2-D2 with the theme slogan “Trash Creates A Disturbance In the Force!”

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Oakville Middle School No More Trash Can Contest Grand Prize Winner

No More Trash Can Contest Grand Prize Winner

The OMS Green Team of Oakville Middle School won first place in the grade 6-8 category and the grand prize in the 2012 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter Free” trashcan-decorating contest. The team’s theme was “Refresh the Earth” to encourage more recycling and less waste and trash in the school and lunch room.

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