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Holy Rosary students participated in the 2013 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week calendar art contest. Those selected for the calendar include, left to right: Anna Schumacher (runner-up), Clara Livermore (grand prize winner, featured on the cover), Wade Singer and Garrett Becker. Submitted Photo

Students’ artwork made into calendar

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Holy Rosary Middle School students participated in the 2013 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week calendar art contest for Minnesota Youth. 

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The theme was “New Challenges. New Solutions.”

As they created their art, students were to think about crime prevention, safety strategies and a world without crime. 

Four students from Holy Rosary were selected to be featured in the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week calendar.

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