Students compete in oratory contest at library

Staff report
Posted 3/22/20

Six students entered the Littleton Optimists' annual Oratorical Contest at Bemis Library in Littleton on March 4. Three winners received cash awards plus medals and the top two competed in the Zone …

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Students compete in oratory contest at library

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Six students entered the Littleton Optimists' annual Oratorical Contest at Bemis Library in Littleton on March 4. Three winners received cash awards plus medals and the top two competed in the Zone contest the following week. Those winners advance to district and the next level for Zone winners is International in St. Louis in July.

It is possible for a student to win as much as $22,500 in scholarship money, according to contest chairman Darrell Schulte.

The subject for the contest: “Just imagine a world without boundaries.”

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