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Nine students won the naming of the City of Brighton snow plow contest. The winners will be recognized on December 6 at the city council meeting.
"Judging this contest has become quite a …
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Baby Snowda and Snowbi Won Kenobi will be patrolling Brighton's streets this winter, alongside some other cleverly-named kin.
The names for two City of Brighton snow plows and seven others were up for grabs in the City of Brighton's annual naming contest.
Nine students won the naming rights in the City of Brighton snow plow contest. The winners will be recognized on Dec. 6 at the city council meeting.
"Judging this contest has become quite a challenging task with so many creative entries," said Mayor Greg Mills. "We are overjoyed that we can again highlight this fun, new tradition in Brighton."
The winning snow plow names and students are:
Baby Snowda, named by Aviana Carrillo, a First Grader at Bromley East Charter School.
Snowbi Won Kenobi, named by Mckay Hendrickson, a Fifth Grader at Bromley East Charter School.
Buzz Iceclear, named by Margo McDonald, a First Grader at Bromley East Charter School.
Optimus Plow, named by Bryan Jones, a Kindergartener at South Elementary.
Plowzilla, named by Cruz Vasquez, a Kindergartener at Northeast Elementary.
Plowasaurus Rex, named by two students, Caleb Sledge, a Fifth Grader at Bromley East Charter School, and Landon Tryon, a Kindergartener at Padilla Elementary
Sleet Defeater, named by Marshal Stuck, a Fifth Grader at Pennock Elementary.
The Big Snowbowski, named by Elias Lai,n a Fifth Grader at Pennock Elementary.
Snow Queen, named by Kara Neeley, a First Grader at Northeast Elementary.
The nine winners will also be honored, riding a float at the 27th Brighton Annual Festival of Lights Parade on December 10.
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