'Most Wanted' Poster Winners Announced - 27 East

‘Most Wanted’ Poster Winners Announced

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The winning poster by Southampton Intermediate School sixth-grader Natalie Glanz.

The winning poster by Southampton Intermediate School sixth-grader Natalie Glanz.

The winning poster by Montauk School sixth0grader Talia Hogg.

The winning poster by Montauk School sixth0grader Talia Hogg.

The winning poster by Montauk School sixth-grader Valentina Balducci.

The winning poster by Montauk School sixth-grader Valentina Balducci.

authorStaff Writer on Jun 21, 2022
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