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Wilson student a finalist in national scholarship contest

Posted 11/15/19

Lydia Denton, a drama major at Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education, is one of 10 national finalists in the Ellio’s Phenomenal Kids 2019 $10,000 Scholarship Contest.

Lydia and her …

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Wilson student a finalist in national scholarship contest

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Lydia Denton, a drama major at Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education, is one of 10 national finalists in the Ellio’s Phenomenal Kids 2019 $10,000 Scholarship Contest.

Lydia and her siblings were featured in August for manufacturing a Beat the Heat Car Seat device that notifies parents if a child has been left in a car seat in a hot car.

Lydia is the daughter of Covey Denton, a science teacher at Greenfield School.

Supporters can vote for her video online at https://ellios.com/PhenomenalKids/. Supporters can vote one time per day through Dec. 3.

According to the Ellio’s Phenomenal Kids 2019 website, each vote gives Lydia another shot at winning free Ellio’s pizza and a $10,000 scholarship.

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