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A recent Collinsville High School graduate Keondez Robinson won the International Horseradish Festival’s 30th anniversary logo contest. Keondez, 18, earned $500 in scholarship money and will be recognized at the festival’s opening ceremony June 2. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com
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