Five Dublin Scioto High School students designed winning posters for the school's Right to Read Week celebrations.

Five Dublin Scioto High School students designed winning posters for the school's Right to Read Week celebrations.

Seniors Nicole Hores and Chris Ebersole, juniors Nate Gastaldo and Taylor Joy and sophomore Logan Bramble won the poster design contest and will receive a gift card. The posters the students designed in computer graphics class will also be posted around the school for Right to Read Week Feb.28 to March 4.

Washington Elementary School, 5675 Eiterman Road, will host the "Fun-4-All Festival" from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 5.

The festival at the Hilliard elementary school, just south of the Golf Club of Dublin, is free and open to the public. Activities offered include games such as putt-putt, football toss, duck pond and toilet paper toss, food, face painting, a book sale and a candy walk.

Silent auction items include restaurant gift cards, themed baskets and sports memorabilia. Bidding closes at 3 p.m.

A children's raffle will also be held with games, a digital camera, Wii game and a Flip Video camera as prizes. Tickets for the raffle are 50 cents.