BURWELL — This weekend in Burwell, a contest was held to see who can complete a jig-saw puzzle the quickest.
People could enter up until the first of this month and were split into groups. The event, though, is more than just for fun. “It is going to help the Longhorn Pride program that is at the Burwell Elementary School,” explains organizer Stacy Roblyer. “They give away prizes at the end of the year just to encourage good things at the elementary school.”
Groups were split into student and adults. The puzzle size differed based on age or how many people were on a team, but could be as small as 100 or as big as 500 pieces.