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Christmas card contest runner-up entries

It wouldn’t be Christmas without hot chocolate, presents and, of course, Christmas cards. That’s why we asked local students between preschool and eighth grade to come up with the most creative Christmas card they could and submit it in the Salisbury Post’s annual Christmas card contest.

There are four runner-up entries, submitted by kindergartener Ava Vanover, fourth-grader Kierstyn Bomely, sixth-grader Olivia Purvis and seventh-grader Travis Livengood. The middle school entries were so great, we couldn’t pick just one.

The cards had to be handmade by the child and were judged in three different age groups, based on grade. Those age groups are: preschool through second grade, third grade through fifth grade and middle school.

The winning entries will be featured on the front of tomorrow’s education section.

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