Teachers Credit Union and WSBT Channel 22, South Bend, Ind., announced the winners of their I Love to Read Challenge. The challenge was to read as many minutes as possible in the month of February. In attendance at the event were the top three classrooms, the top seven student readers, the three rising to the challenge winners and the creative teacher. The creative teacher award went to Juliette Horton a second grade teacher at Ruth Murdoch Elementary. She won a trip to Disney World. The rising to the challenge award winners, who received a $100 savings bond were: Anton Luther, sixth grader at Mary Beck Elementary; Hector Rodrigo Reyna, third grader at St. Vincent DePaul; and Torey Crowell, third grader at Jimtown South Elementary. The top individual readers also received a $100 savings bond and they were: Jennifer Riedel, kindergartener at Meadown’s Edge; Chloe Naumann, first grader at Three Oaks Elementary; Autumn Kinnear, second grader at LaSalle Elementary; Zachary Weinkauf, third grader at Jimtown North Elementary; Adelia Couser, fifth grader at Veritas Academy; and Patricia Kamanda, sixth grader at Corpus Christi. The top three classrooms were awarded $500 for the classroom to share. The winners were: Kori Moroni’s fourth grade class at Northpoint Elementary; Jill Weaver’s third grade class at Riddle Elementary; and Tonia Rensberger’s fifth grade class at Model Elementary. Employees and members of Global Credit Union, Spokane, Wash., raised a total of $9,634.27 for the Inland Northwest Chapter of Children’s Miracle Network in 2005. The fundraising effort included the sale of framed, signed and numbered prints. The prints are part of a series of eagle paintings, created for the CU by award winning wildlife artist, Janene Grende of Sandpoint, Idaho. Entertainment books, calendars, cookbooks and other fund-raising events throughout the year also were a factor. One hundred percent of all funds raised for CMN remain locally to benefit hospitals and programs, to restore, sustain and enhance the development potential of children.
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