Friday, April 25, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS
DOZENS OF PARENTS, Teachers, and students pack the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting room at the Government Center on Fair Lane Drive in Placerville for the S.A.G.E. Surveyors, Architects, Geologists and Engineers map contest Tuesday May 7. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
DIVISION WINNERS share honors in the 19th annual S.A.G.E. Map Contest. Eighth graders from left are: Lauren Joy, Miller's Hill MIddle School takes first place with a map of "State Mammals, the Baby Version;" Jacqueline Silverbush, also Miller's Hill, places second with her map of the U.S. State Flags; Edwin Markham Middle School's Karlee Cuddy came in third with a different rendition of maps of the United States. District 1 Supervisor Ron Mikulaco presented the ribbons to all middle school level contestants. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
MAPS LINE THE WALLS at the Board of Supervisors meeting room in Placerville April 7 during the S.A.G.E. map contest. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
MILLER'S HILL SCHOOL fifth grader Caleb Gardner holds his blue ribbon as he points to the map he made for the contest on May 7 in the Board of Supervisors chambers in Placerville. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
A MAP SHOWING State Mammals by 8th grader Lauren Joy from Miller Hill School in Shingle Springs. The map won 1st place among local 8th graders. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
MILLER'S HILL SCHOOL eighth grade first place winner Lauren Joy points to her map showing state mammels at the S.A.G.E. map contest. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
MILLER'S HILL SCHOOL 6th graders look at one of the maps displayed Tuesday May 7 at the S.A.G.E. map contest held at the Board of Supervisors meeting room in Placerville. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins