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Amaya Coblentz, a third-grader at Aspen School, is the winner of the 2011 Dog Jog Logo Contest. Eight-year-old Coblentz, the daughter of David and Kristine Coblentz, is the contest’s youngest-ever winner.
She is also the first contestant ever to picture a cat cheering on the dogs. Coblentz’s design will be printed on all official Dog Jog T-shirts.
Other winners in the contest are:
• 2nd place: Valerie Li, 4th grader, Piñon School;
• 3rd place: Eleanor Rightley
• 4th place: Brigham Leikness
• 5th place: Jillian Bennett
Judy Zhou, Tazler Smith, Emily von Harders and Duncan Fuehne won honorable mention.
Coordinated by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club (http://ladoc.dogbits.com), the Mountain Canine Corps (http://www.mc2sar.org/) and the Atomic City Roadrunners, the annual Dog Jog is a fund-raising event for the Friends of the Shelter (www.lafos.org), a non-profit Los Alamos humane organization that improves the lives of unwanted pets.
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