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' 1 6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 27, 2000 A number of students will represent Jefferson County Schools at state competition after winning awards in the local Social Studies Fair recently. First place winners in the senior and junior divisions will compete at the state level in Charles- ton on May 12 and 13. SENIOR DIVISION - GRADES 10, 11 AND 12 t= In the Anthropology pairs category, Nicole Landon and Heather Jenkins, at left, won second place for their project, '~Breakin' It Down with Africa.'! In the Anthropology category, individual, Tara Ashley, third from left, won second place for 'Ttrho Were the People of the Past," while Brian Leben, right, won first place for '~Mummification Methods and Meanings." Angela Dyke and Jaime Smoot, seated, won first place in the Economics Team category for their project, "Are You Misled by the Fed." In the back row, second place winners were Donna Spickler and Casey Vogler for their project, '~The Economic Af- fect of the Peace Talks on Shepherdstown." In the History-State and Local team category, Margaret Byrne, left, and Jessica Lauffer won first place for their project, '~Vlountain Mama." J In the U.S. History pairs category, Nichole Lee and Lauren Riley, front row, left to right, won first place for their project, 'rl~he Great Chicago Fire." In the back row, left to right, are Whitney Beitz and Alicia DiVico, third place for "Wake Up" and Kirk Sager and Trevor Dearstine, second place for '?BMX." Honorable mentions in the Sociology pairs category were, left to right, Jennifer Stewart and Jennifer Armel for their project '~Death Behind the Wheel," and Rebekah Clark and her partner Ashlea Matthews (not pictured) for their project '~Die Hard." In U.S. History, Rachel Franklin, left, won second place for her project, "Go Mining," while Lisa DeGrave won first place for "All American Girls Professional Baseball League." Winning first place in the Sociology pairs category were, front row, left to right, Victoria Faba and Douglas Spuldaro for their project '~rhe Gaucho Society." Winning second place, back row from left, were Joseph Dickinson and Tana Thomas for their project, 'NVitchcraft," and winning third place were Jackie Moore and Candace Reynolds for their project '~Rac- ism." Brandy Puffinberger won first place in the Psychology category for her project, '~Fhe Affect of Drugs on Babies." Not pictured are first place win- ners in the Political Science pairs category, Geneise Bryne and Becca Myers. JUNIOR DIVISION - GRADES 7, 8 AND 9 In Anthropology, the winners were, left to right, 0ndria Watson, first place, from Harpers Ferry Junior High School for her project "Can Ya Dig It?" and Sarah Blue, third place, from Shepherdstown Junior High School for her project '~Blue's Clues." Not shown are second place winner Shelise Ott from Harpers Ferry Junior High School, who won for her project "Beliefs 'N Such," and honorable mention winner Meagan Coats from Harpers Ferry Junior High School. Also in Anthropology . Pairs, honorable mention Jen Whetsell and her partner Cyndi Heafer (not Harpers Ferry Junior High School. Winning third center and right, Jennifer Balint and Amber Harpers Ferry Junior High School for their Amish - Their'Lives Today." In Economics, the winners were, left to right, Megani first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior her project '~FIow has West Past 40 Years?", Holly Sole, second place, Junior High School, for her project "The Golden Britany Cater, third place, from Shepherdstown School for her project '~)olphin Safe?' and Madison honorable mention, from Charles Town Mi School. In Geography, the winners were Megan Ganek, first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School for her project "the Rain Forest: Greed at What Cost.~' and Kyle Welz, third place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School for his project "Population Growth and Its Effects on the Environ- ment." In History: Local and State, the winners shown here J to right, Lauren Fields, third place, from CharleJ Middle/Junior High School for her project federate Spy~', and honorable mentions Emily Shepherdstown Junior High School and Elizabeth from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School. No~ first place winner Julia Blickenstaff from CharleJ Middle/Junior High School for her project "The Time," and second place winner Jenna Harrison from Town Middle/Junior High School for her project 'NVho S. Buck and What is She Famous For.~' In History: United States, the winners included, to right, Daniel Young, first place, from Charles Junior High School for his project "the Rush is orable mention winner Erin Dilley from ior High School. In the back row, left to right, are mention winners Marysa Wilcom and Rachel Harpers Ferry Junior High School, and Ashley Shepherdstown Junior High School. Not shown Osbourn, second place, from Shepherdstown School for his project "Civil War Blunder," and third place, from Harpers Ferry Junior High School project "Show Me the Money - Madame C.J. Walker." Continued on next page In Anthropology - Pairs, the winners were, left to Sutherland and Joe Humeas, first place, from Junior High School for their project "Gone second place, Lauren Tucker and Lindsay Shepherdstown Junior High School for their project Brotherhood."