Kennebec Journal: Richmond Middle School wins Yearbook Hero Contest

SAN MATEO, Calif. — Treering, a technology company that offers high-quality yearbooks at affordable prices, recently announced that Richmond Middle School has won its nationwide fall 2021 Yearbook Hero Contest.

National Yearbook Week is Oct. 3-9.

This contest set out to honor yearbook creators at all levels: high school, middle school and elementary. Two middle schools won this recognition and were part of eight honored schools, all of which will receive nearly 50 free yearbooks collectively and be given Amazon gift cards that can be used toward needed school supplies.

This is the technology company’s first year hosting this contest. To participate, one had to be a parent, student or teacher at a school that uses Treering for yearbook creation. Individuals then chose a yearbook hero from their school and created a 60-second video telling Treering how he or she inspired or helped them with the yearbook.

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