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Environmental Health Poster Contest recognizes talented artists at Wayne County Middle School

Kentucky Public Health

Wayne County Middle School students receive certificates from the Department for Public Health for their accomplishments.

Principal Melissa Gossage

Principal Melissa Gossage praised her students for their artistic accomplishments.

(Front Row l-r:) Chloe Williams (Sixth Grade Winner), Brady Kidd, Emily Sherman 
        (Second Row l-r:) Hayley Tucker (First Place Overall Winner), Nathaniel Jones, David Terry III

 (Third Row l-r:) Taven Saunders, and Joseph Payton 
(Fourth Row l-r:) Logan Glass, Megan Crabtree, Brayden Lowe (Not pictured - Krystal Rector)

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We believe children in Kentucky are our most valuable asset. They are also our most vulnerable. Our environment really does matter, especially when it comes to children. We know that children are not little adults and that their developing bodies are more susceptible to environmental risks.

The Kentucky Department for Public Health in collaboration with the Kentucky Population Health Institute, hosted the Fourth Annual Children's Environmental Health Summit on Thursday, October 10, 2019 (National Children's Environmental Health Day) in Somerset, KY. This Summit was funded through EnviroHealthLink, Kentucky's Environmental Public Health Tracking Program. The summit was free to attend and provided continuing education credits for several professional tracks.

Poster Winner 2019 Hayley Tucker

 

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