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The Parent Teacher Organization of Jefferson
Elementary School would like to thank the community for its support
in the recent playground contest that we entered. While we were not
one of the top 10 vote-getters, which would have made us a finalist,
we did finish in 15th place out of nearly 100 entries.
We would like to thank the Lincoln Daily News and Lincoln Courier
for their impressive articles highlighting our need.
We would also like to express our gratitude to the Lincoln
Community High School Media Communications students and their
teacher, Jennifer Keith, for their work in putting together several
videos to use if we became finalists -- viewable at
[to top of second column in this letter]
We would also like to thank Lincoln IGA for allowing us to put
fliers in grocery sacks.
And lastly, we would like to thank every person who voted for us,
shared it with their friends and family, and encouraged others to
Please be on the lookout for fundraisers in the future to support
the addition of playground equipment to our facility. Seeing the
community pull together to vote for this project has inspired many,
and we look forward to your continued support.
Jefferson Elementary PTO
November 29, 2011]
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