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Fort D student artwork picked as SC missing children’s day poster

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SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) – A Fort Dorchester Elementary School student's art skills will be on display across the country. The fifth grader's poster for National Missing Children's Day was picked to represent the state in a national contest.

Julie Stanton found out this week that her poster was selected by a panel of judges who looked at entries from across the state.

The contest was open to fifth graders to demonstrate the theme "Bring Our Missing Children Home."

"I thought it would help put an end to kidnapping and also I think that every child should be able to be home with their family.  I hope that this poster helps bring missing children home," said Stanton.

Stanton's entry now heads to Washington, D.C. for the national judging. The winner will be announced in April and the winning student will travel to the nation's capital with his or her parents and participate in the Missing Children's Day Ceremony. 

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