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RICHMOND, Va - Jennifer Mullen with The Virginia Lottery stopped by the show to share about Teachers Appreciation Week. In its first two years, Virginians distributed more than 70,000 thank-you notes as part of the Thank a Teacher campaign. The Virginia Lottery has launched their Thank a Teacher Art Contest. The three K-12 public school students winners, will have their artwork featured on thousands of thank-you notes distributed across the state. Submissions are being excepted through February 2nd.

For more information visit, http://www.thankateacherva.com or call (804) 692-7778

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