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Winners are crowned in annual Kane Spelling Bee

April 18, 2012

Photo by Ted Lutz – These are the winners and runners-up in the second annual Kane Spelling Bee held Wednesday at the Kane Middle School auditorium.

It took more than two hours Wednesday to crown the champions in the second annual Spelling Bee at the Kane Middle School auditorium.
Matt Johnson, a fifth-grader from the Johnsonburg Elementary School, took first place in the division for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students.
Bobby Rumcik, a third-grader in the Kane Elementary School, won the division for second and third-grade students. He won the same division last year as a second-grader.
Lindsey Kocjancic, a fifth-grade student in Johnsonburg, finished second in the division for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students.
Heidi Tarnaski, a third-grader in Kane, was the runner-up in the second and third-grade division.
A total of 66 students took part in the Spelling Bee in the auditorium packed with parents, siblings, grandparents and other relatives of the contestants.
Mary Filjones, the "enrichment teacher" for the Kane Area School District, served as chairman of the Spelling Bee.
This year, the Johnsonburg Elementary School was invited to participate and sent 24 students to the Spelling Bee. The other 42 contestants are students in Kane.
Julie Boyer and Julie Wismar, teachers at the Kane Elementary School, served as judges and time-keepers along with school librarian Ginny Coppersmith.

See full article by purchasing the April 19 edition of The Kane Republican.

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