SLIDESHOW: Students win iPad2s through Hy-Vee promotion
Ottumwa Christian School seventh-grader Julia Peace, standing, and Wildwood Elementary third-grader Teagan Holman, seated at right, each won an iPad2 Thursday morning. North and South Hy-Vee officials presented Wildwood and Ottumwa Christian with a SMART Board interactive whiteboards. Shoppers who bought Procter & Gamble products during Hy-Vee’s SMART Points promotion from Sept. 1-Nov. 30, 2012 earned points that could be designated to their chosen school. Ottumwa’s two winning schools achieved the highest average point scores in their regions, each winning a SMART Board, which is valued at $1,500. Holman had the most points designated on her behalf at Wildwood and Peace had the most points designated on her behalf at Ottumwa Christian, thus allowing each to win an iPad2 valued at $500.
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