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Ericksen to compete in Multi-Region Spelling Bee

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The Multi-Regional State Spelling Bee will be Thursday, March 12th, at the Bigwood Event Center in Fergus Falls. The champion speller will advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

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Peter Ericksen, of Morris, will compete in the multi-regional. Peter is the son of David and Janet Ericksen. Peter placed fourth in the regional Spelling Bee.

Twenty-one students in grades five through eight who were winners at their Regional Bees will compete in the Multi-Regional Spelling Bee.

Awards include the Samuel Louis Sugarman Award Certificate for $100 donated by Mr. Jay Sugarman; a Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 11th Edition, donated by Merriam-Webster; Webster's Third New International Dictionary donated by Scripps National Spelling Bee; Two $20 Amazon.com gift certificates donated by the Scripps National Spelling Bee; Three one year subscriptions to Encyclopedia Britannica Online, an all expenses paid trip for the winner and one adult to attend the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., donated by the Service Cooperative.

In addition to Ericksen, students participating in the Bee are: Levi Carter, Hancock; Tate Walquist, Princeton; Stephanie Chastek, Glenco-Silver Lake; Jackson Churchill, Duluth; Grace Bateman, Park Rapids; Brian Bonnema, Central Minnesota Christian, Prinsburg; Becky Suchy, Parkers Prairie; Jessamy Jones, East Grand Forks; Joseph Roberts, St. John's Prep, Collegeville; Elizabeth Bergh, St. James Catholic, Duluth; Ali Fuller, Chisago Lakes; Sung Yoon Jung, Marshall; Ian Peters, Duluth; J.Ryne Kisch, Barnesville; Christine Kier, Waubun Ogema White Earth; Christina Huling, Annandale; Sophia Timm, Yellow Medicine, Granite Falls; Danish Imtiaz, Duluth; Andrew Hagen, Warroad; and Grace Duginski, Moorhead.

For information contact Susan Ward, State Spelling Bee Coordinator, at (218) 739-3273, or by email at sward@lcsc.org.

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