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Volunteers make one last push to one U.S. Cellular competition

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UNION GAP, Wash. -- Robert Lince Elementary, in Selah made one last push to win the "Calling All Communities" contest put on by U.S. Cellular. Saturday they campaigned at the Yakima Valley Mall.

The top ten schools in the country, with the most votes, win $100,000 dollars each. Robert Lince was seventh back on December 23rd and won't know until after the vote's over if they won or not.

One student told us why you should vote for Robert Lince.

"Because we need it for our schools and there's all this stuff that we can do with it...like programs," said Hannah Anderson, 6th Grader at Robert Lince.

Hannah helped people vote on the computer Saturday at the mall. But, if you didn't make it there's still time. The volunteers will be at the Subway next to U.S. Cellular in Selah all next week. Hours are 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. Voting ends on January 15th.

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