Coloring contest winners
After judging more than 2,000 coloring sheets that were received from local children, the winners of the Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter Coloring Contest have been chosen. Entries were submitted by pupils from Hancock and Brooke County schools, along with members of the area credit unions. The children were awarded at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter of Credit Unions. Each pupil received $25, a personalized winner’s certificate from the credit unions and a souvenir picture. Weirton Mayor Harold Miller was at the meeting to present the certificates. The winners were: Kindergarten, Eden Davis, Kolvyn Gibson and Avery Amuso; first grade, Baylee Morris, Kaia Parish and Gracie Smail; second grade, Nathan Lynch, Miriam Martinez and Aubreauna Wright; third grade, Alayna Bennett, Jackson McCombs and Alaina Nelson; and fourth grade, Jade Mumford, Helen Pratt and Hanna Waugh. Winners are seated, first row, from left, Eden Davis, Kolvyn Gibson, Avery Amuso, Baylee Morris, Gracie Smail and Mariam Martinez; and standing, second row, Nathan Lynch, Aubreauna Wright, Alayna Bennett, Jackson McCombs, Alaina Nelson, Jade Mumford, Helen Pratt and Hanna Waugh; and back, credit union employees, Dan Dudley, Eagle Can Employees FCU; Tina Foglia, Tin Mill Community FCU; Trish McGee, Hancock County Employees FCU; Janet Stagani, president of the Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter and Tin Mill Community FCU; Miller; and Scott Winwood, First Choice America Community FCU. The Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter consists of Eagle Can Employees Federal Credit Union, First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union, Hancock School Employees Federal Credit Union, Strip Steel Community Federal Credit Union and Tin Mill Community Federal Credit Union.