Canonsburg General Hospital's Giving Thanks Essay Contest winners are:
Peters Township School District: Patrick Tolan, sixth grade, McMurray Elementary School; Elana Tylka, first grade, Bower Hill Elementary School; Rik Bhattacharyya, third grade, Pleasant Valley Elementary School.
Chartiers Houston School District: Maggie Jeffries, first grade, Allison Park Elementary School.
Canon-McMillan School District: Lauren Pasquinelli, fifth grade, North Strabane Intermediate School; Brady Crago, first grade, Borland Manor Elementary School; Rachel Skoczlas, fourth grade, Hills Hendersonville Elementary School; Shea Pitts, fourth grade, First Street Elementary School; Doran Wudkwych, third grade, Cecil Elementary School; Taylor Jack, third grade, South Central Elementary School; Kent Peterson, second grade, Wylandville Elementary School; Nicole House, fifth grade, Cecil Intermediate School; Elias Lavrich, third grade, Muse Elementary School.
St. Patrick School, Canonsburg: Erigan Shulsky, fourth grade.
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