Wow! This year’s carbon monoxide poster contest received about 700 posters from middle school students. That’s a record!
Posters came from all over the United States, and even from U.S. military bases overseas! Each and every poster had an important safety message: Stop the “invisible killer.” The “invisible killer” is carbon monoxide (CO).
Congratulations to the 10 winners!
Frankie from California
***GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Talia from Pennsylvania
Nisa from (…)
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