NORRIDGEWOCK — Students at Mill Stream Elementary School read more than 4,000 books during May for a chance to win one of 32 new bikes, helmet and T-shirt. A school assembly was held June 4 where two boys and two girls from each grade (pre-kindergarten through grade 6) received a new bike, helmet and T-shirt, according to a news release fromLebanon Masonic Lodge 116. For each book a student read during May they were able to place their name in a box for a chance to win. The more books read, the better the chance to win.

Principal Bill Pullen, teachers and members of lodge presented the bikes to the students.

All supporters who made this program possible are appreciated.

The winners from each class:

• Pre-k: Rowan Furbush, Sarah Romero, Brodi Crocker and Trevor Humphrey;

• Kindergarten: Tessa Libby, Addison Black, Jacob Robinson and Ari Brown;

• Grade 1: Emmalee Whittemore, Keiarah Reynolds, Nathan Jellison and Trevor Austin;

• Grade 2: Sophia Casswell, Naveah Bajpai, Ben Warger and Wyatt Osgood;

• Grade 3: Mary Macary, Zoey Cunningham, Justin Jellison and Camryn Baker-Landry;

• Grade 4: Michelle Norton, Bethany Belyea, Kyle Getchell and Kaden Luce;

• Grade 5: Emma Lancaster, Courtney Pelletier, Codi Welch and Colby Tibbetts; and

• Grade 6: Haley Belomizi, Destiny Burwood, Mark DeGraff and Gage Morgan.

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