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Bobby Ray students trumpeted for literacy
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Bobby Ray Elementary has announced its winners in the Literacy Fair competition held May 2. The school received seven first-place awards, among others.“The students really got on board with this project,” said Terrie Mullican, librarian at Bobby Ray. “We are very proud of them.”The Literacy Fair was organized by Jennifer Hines, librarian at Irving College, who encouraged area students to compete with a presentation in one of six fiction categories (realistic fiction, historical fiction, fantasy/ fairy tale, science fiction, adventure, or mystery) or one of two nonfiction categories (biography/ autobiography or informational).Each project was entered as either an individual fiction project, an individual nonfiction project, or a family project that was open to grades K-2.