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White House Easter Egg Roll features design by Utah students

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Ten students from Beehive Science and Technology Academy in Sandy designed the egg that is a representation of the Beehive state. The design features images of Delicate Arch, a skier, a seagull and a honeycomb pattern. (Photo courtesy of the Beehive Science and Technology Academy){ }

A team of Utah students will have their Easter egg design on display at the White House Easter Egg Roll.

Ten students from Beehive Science and Technology Academy in Sandy designed the egg that is a representation of the Beehive state. The design features images of Delicate Arch, a skier, a seagull and a honeycomb pattern.

In a press release, Beehive Science and Technology Academy said the Utah State Board of Education State Superintendent Sydnee Dickson asked the charter school to represent Utah by designing the egg. There were a few design requirements students had to follow including the use of only five colors; gold, red, pink, blue, green, and white as the background color. The design also had to be emblematic of the state.

The White House Easter Egg roll will be held on Monday, April 22nd in Washington, D.C.

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