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Grangeville sees two Reflections projects go on to state

GRANGEVILLE — Two students from Grangeville had their GEMS PTA Reflections projects go on to be judged at the state level after making it to the district level in Lewiston.

Zoe Lutz, a sixth grade student at Grangeville Elementary Middle School, will have her photograph judged at the state level. She took still life photo of a globe with a stack of books to illustrate the theme, “The World Would Be a Better Place If ….” She is the daughter of Brad and Genny Lutz of Grangeville.

Hailey Russell, a freshman at Grangeville High School, has two projects that were sent on to the state level: A dance choreography piece to “Let Her Go” by Passenger, as well as a photograph from the Border Days Fourth of July Rodeo. She is the daughter of Valor and Lorie (Palmer) Russell of Grangeville.


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