COLUMBUS—State Senator Bob Peterson (R-Washington Court House) today presented a resolution recognizing Katelyn Ramsey, of Clarksburg, who was named national winner of the Nestlé Pure Life “Share A Smile” bottled water, label design contest.

"I am pleased to recognize Katelyn for her creativity and utilizing her talents for a great cause," said Peterson. “This contest is a great opportunity for her to showcase her creative abilities and earn money to reinvest in her own education."

Katelyn is a third grader at Adena Elementary School and was awarded a $25,000 college scholarship, as well as an all expense-paid trip to Universal Studios in Orlando and free bottled water for a year.

The Nestlé Pure Life "Share-a-Smile" program launched in July of 2015 with the intent of helping parents encourage their kids to drink more water. 
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