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The results are in for our Snowman Contest! Although it hasn’t snowed in Pleasanton since 1975, we were blown away (as in SNOWSTORM blown away) by all the entries we received. Thank you to everyone who entered!
No two entries were alike (just like no two snowflakes are alike) but in the end, we chose 5 talented winners. Each winner will be receiving 1 Dairy tokens to enjoy at the Meadowlark Dairy.
And now without further ado… let’s present our winners!
Most creative use of materials – Shrushti Gawshinde
Shrushti from Fairlands Elementary School made her snowman using string, cereal, paint, cloth… you name it! We were impressed by how unique and creative the submission was.
Budding Artist – Hitha Akula
Hitha put together a fluffy snowman using some cotton balls, ribbon, and crayons… and she’s only in kindergarten!
Most Artistic – Yogitha Akula
Yogitha from Fairlands Elementary School painted a snowy starry night and a peaceful winter scene. Congrats to Yogitha for her beautiful snowman on canvas!
Pocket-Size Friend – Wendy S.
Wendy made the smallest snowman — small enough that we can carry it around in our pocket and keep it with us so we never get lonely.
Life-Size – Srishti Samhita
Srishti from Alisal Elementary School named the snowman Matt. Matt looks just like a snowman made out of snow in terms of size. We applaud Srishti for the effort it took to create a giant snowman!
Thank you to everyone who entered! Stay tuned for our next contest!