2009-05-07 / Local & State

FCCCS Takes Second Place At Raystown Eco-Meet


Fulton County Community Christian School seventh-grade Gold Team brought home second-place honors at the Eco-Meet held last week at Raystown Lake Education Center, Huntingdon. Pictured left displaying their second-place trophy and ribbons are Caleb Gingerich, Daniel Tomlinson, Jenae Gordon, Samantha Reece and Bethany Myers. The Eco-Meet is an annual event sponsored by the Raystown Lake U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to test teams of sixth- , seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders in their knowledge of aquatics, wildlife, soils, forestry and a current environmental issue that changes each year. This year the current issue was biodiversity. Also participating from FCCCS in the competition was the sixth-grade Green Team composed of Hannah Beddow, Rachel Weibley, Tiffany Thomas, Allison Golden and Kyle Kerns. The Chargers Team consisted of ninth-graders Ryan Mellott and Nathaniel Gingerich and eighth-graders Skyler Gordon and Josie Spade. Fulton County Community Christian School seventh-grade Gold Team brought home second-place honors at the Eco-Meet held last week at Raystown Lake Education Center, Huntingdon. Pictured left displaying their second-place trophy and ribbons are Caleb Gingerich, Daniel Tomlinson, Jenae Gordon, Samantha Reece and Bethany Myers. The Eco-Meet is an annual event sponsored by the Raystown Lake U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to test teams of sixth- , seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders in their knowledge of aquatics, wildlife, soils, forestry and a current environmental issue that changes each year. This year the current issue was biodiversity. Also participating from FCCCS in the competition was the sixth-grade Green Team composed of Hannah Beddow, Rachel Weibley, Tiffany Thomas, Allison Golden and Kyle Kerns. The Chargers Team consisted of ninth-graders Ryan Mellott and Nathaniel Gingerich and eighth-graders Skyler Gordon and Josie Spade.

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