Waggoner student wins spot in Clean Air Calendar contest

Frances Lundy, a second grader from Waggoner Elementary School, was one of 264 students to enter into the 2020 Clean Air Calendar Contest.
Courtesy photo Frances Lundy’s art entry was selected as one of 12 winning pieces of 264 art entries.

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