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Irene: Nationwide support helps Schoharie school win $100K prize

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The Schoharie Central School District found friends as far away as the West Coast during its cyberspace campaign to win $100,000 in technology equipment, and at the end of voting, it appears the campaign was victorious. The district earned 102,023 votes in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The next highest vote-getter, Sutter Middle School in California, had 88,496. But an official winner won’t be announced until Thursday, and school officials are holding their breath. ...


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garyovitt
March 14, 2012
10:12 a.m.

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Just to let you know I posted the link for this on my Facebook page everyday for 2 weeks, and I also sent it to my friends on my email list. Several of them got back to me and said they voted. I had one in Dutchess County and one in Oneida County let me know they were participating. Thanks for your help in getting the word out.
Gary Ovitt
Schoharie County

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