Button winners pinned for salesmanship

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Fifth-graders went the Sequim Irrigation Festival circuit again this year as both Greywolf Elementary and Helen Haller Elementary schools sold more than 1,000 buttons to promote the 117th festival running May 4-13.


At Helen Haller, button design winner Melody Workman sold 141 buttons and won an MP3 player for her salesmanship. Camryn Pattison won second place and a camera by selling 76 buttons. Third place went to fifth-grader Sean Weber for selling 68 buttons. He won a digital camera.


At Greywolf, Ty Bourm won first place and an MP3 player for selling 63 buttons. Second place went to Liliana Williams for selling 60 buttons. She won a camera. Brittany Rives sold 50 buttons for third place to win an MP3 player.


All winners received a carnival wristband for selling at least two bags of buttons. Melody won two carnival wristbands for her efforts.


For more information on the festival, visit
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