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Indian Trails and FPC Students Win Crime Stoppers Poster Contest

| May 22, 2016

Jonathan DeSousa, Andrea Bowser, State Attorney R.J. Larizza, and Ed Beckett. Bowser

Jonathan DeSousa, Andrea Bowser, State Attorney R.J. Larizza, and Ed Beckett. Bowser won the High School Division of the Circuit.

Students from Indian Trails Middle School and Flagler Palm Coast High School are the big winners in this year’s Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida Poster Contest. The students were congratulated by RJ Larizza, State Attorney for the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida and Edward Fuller, the Vice President of Resource Development for Crime Stoppers.


The Flagler County winners in the Middle School Division are:

1st Place: Liying Wu
2nd Place: Andrew Moulter
3rd Place: Gage Winecoff

In the High School Division:

1st Place: Jonathan DeSousa
2nd Place: Andrea Bowser
3rd Place: Hannah Umpenhour

All six went on to compete in the 7th Judicial Circuit competition (which includes Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties). Flagler Schools is proud to announce Andrea Bowser’s work won the High School Division of the Circuit. The theme of this year’s competition was “Make Your School, Your World, A Better Place.”


1 Response for “Indian Trails and FPC Students Win Crime Stoppers Poster Contest”

  1. So proud! says:

    I’m sooo incredibly proud of Andrea! Very deserving! WTG students!

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