Clerk and Recorder Bobbie Gross recognizes “I Voted” Sticker Design contest winners
This week’s Feb. 6 administrative public hearing took a short break from regular business to congratulate and recognize four outstanding students for their creativity and civic engagement that led them to become winners of the first-ever “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest in Mesa County.
Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Bobbie Gross presented each student with a special plaque to commemorate their achievement and expressed gratitude and pride for their passion and creative contributions that made the contest a great success.
“I am beyond excited about the entries we received, and I love the community engagement,” said Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Bobbie Gross. “I want to thank the schools, the teachers, the parents, and most importantly, the students who participated.”
In case you missed it, the 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest winners are:
Whitley from Dual Immersion Academy 4th Grade
Kinsley from Pomona Elementary 4th Grade
Layla from Redlands Middle School 7th Grade
Berklie from Redlands Middle School 8th Grade
We can’t wait to see the impressive designs showcasing Mesa County’s unique beauty displayed on the “I Voted” stickers for the upcoming June Primary and the Presidential General Election. Congratulations to the talented winners!