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-rT Page B-6 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 By the year 2040, these future eligible to be elected to the natio "I would keep people from cutting trees down because we would not have any clean air if we have no trees." Callista Suchocki Grade 3, Mt. View Elementary "I would have a vote for kids 18 and can vote for president." Ali Owen Grade 3, Grapeview School under "I would find a cure for Ebola. The reason I think finding a because not as Ebola." cure for Ebola is so imported much people will die from Brooke Billingsley Grade 2, Mt. View.Elementary "We should help people to be respectful to others so we can learn from each other." Jaxon Ward Grade 2, Mt. View Elementary "I would lower prices. I think we should pay less so all of us have more money to spend on other things we need." Natalie Weschler Grade 2, Mt. View Elementary "I would allow no alcohol or drugs or ciga- rettes, because people could get cancer and die." Montana Cain Grade 2, Mt. View Elementary "I wold change two laws first, to not drink too much soda so kids stay jelthe and safe it is important because it can break your arms. I do not know why." Dulce Gaitan (Jennifer Chaney) Grade 2, Evergreen Elementary "I would probaly be rich so I could buy a hole pizzaria! ! And I could have pizza "I would be a doctor but I will do it one day Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner!!" at a time. Wun day al do doctor things and Van Houser the other times I will do president things." Grade 3, Grapeview School Betzayda Gomez, (Jennifer Chaney) Grade 2, Evergreen Elementary "No saying bad words." Kodee Galloway Grade 2, Mr. View Elementary "I would build a bridge over animals can cross safely." Kevin Clark the highway so Grade 2, Mt. View Elementary "I would make every Friday bike riding day. I would also make more time to spend with my Dad working in the yard" Logan Smith, (Jennifer Chaney) Grade 2, Evergreen Elementary "I would build gigantic park so everyone can play." Nielle Arzola Grade 2, Mt. View Elementary "I would knit clothes for pepole who don't have clothes." "I would give popcorn to people Jacqueline Flores only." Grade 2, Mr. View Elementary Abigail Heinrich Grade 2, Southside School on Friday's "IF I WERE PRESIDENT" is a community service special project of the Mason County Journal in cooperation with local schools to encourage young minds, writing and civic involvement. Our thanks go out to the following participating schools, students and their teachers who led this thought-provoking exercise in critical thinking and writing: at Mt. View Elementary: Karla Knudsen - Grade 3; Joyce Weston-Smith - Grade 2; Mrs. Lacy - Grade 2; Mrs. Tara Smith - Grade 2; Tracy McMullin - Grade 2; at Southside School: Andrea Malpica - Grade 2; at Evergreen Elementary: Jennifer Chaney - Grade 2; at Grapeview Elementary: Hanah Nelson - Grade 3 J Mason County and Belfair Herald