“Read This Summer” Winners chosen

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Parkersburg, W.Va.-(WTAP) We now know the winners of the TheNewsCenter’s “Read This Summer” contest.

More than 100 children in Wood, Washington and Pleasants counties took part in the program, each of them reading six books this summer.

For that, they each got either a coupon from local participating Subway restaurants or a movie pass to Odyssey Entertainment Theaters in Marietta.

All of them were also entered into the drawing to win one of 18 Kindle Paperwhites.

Six students each from Wood County, Washington County, and Pleasants County are the winners, announced during WTAP at FIVE on Friday (Aug 11)

The winners are:

Wood County
Ethan Yoak - 12 years old - Mineral Wells
Isabella Wright - 11 years old - Parkersburg
Briten Dickel - 10 years old - Davisville, WV
Lillian Floyd - 11 years old - Vienna, WV
David Dickel - 9 years old - Davisville, WV
Zachary Wright - 13 years old - Parkersburg

Washington County
Camron Spurlock - 8 years old - Marietta
Mason Weckbacher - 9 years old - Lowell
Breaunna Daniell - 11 years old - Marietta
Abigail Davis - 9 years old - Marietta
Demetrie Smith - 12 years old - Marietta
Dallas Bolen - 11 years old - Marietta

Pleasants County
Meechelle Fair - 15 years old - St. Marys
Madison Sturgeon - 10 years old - St. Marys
Tyler Wilson - 13 years old - Belmont
Riley Rupert - 7 years old - St. Marys
Drake Duty - 10 years old - St Marys
Maddie Brammer - 16 years old - St. Marys

Each winner must contact TheNewsCenter starting Monday morning, August 14, and make arrangements to pick up his or her Kindle, accompanied by an adult. Each child will have to present an official birth certificate (the one issued by the state and NOT the one from the hospital with footprints) or a valid governmental photo ID to claim the prize. Call 304-485-4588 x 106. The office is closed over the weekend so please call after 9am on Monday or any weekday thereafter.

Any prizes not claimed by August 31, will be voided and awarded to another student.

Other sponsors of the program were First Settlement Physical Therapy and the Law Offices of David A. Sims.

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