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7 Zion Lutheran students excel at state history fair

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[May 09, 2012]  Zion Lutheran School, Lincoln, students Anna Sielaff, Lexie Groves, Danielle Burgrabe, Isabelle Thompson, Kathryn Nobbe, Katie Hunsley and Emily Messner advanced to the state history fair last week at the Prairie Capital Convention Center in Springfield.

Isabelle, Katie, Anna and Danielle won top, "Superior" awards.

Lexie, Emily, and Kathryn received "Excellent" awards.

Danielle received special acknowledgment with the Daughters of the American Revolution State Historian Award.

Students qualified for the state history fair by receiving superior ratings at the regional fair in Springfield and the school fair at Zion Lutheran School in Lincoln.

Pictured above are all 7 winners:  (Left to right) Front - Kathryn Nobbe and Emily Messner. Back - Anna Sielaff, Danielle Burgrabe, Lexie Groves, Isabelle Thompson, and Katie Hunsley.

[Text from file received from Principal Steve Schumacher, Zion Lutheran School, Lincoln]

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