Speakers’ advice: Be content, help others


Two sophomores from Calvary Christian participated in the Rotary Club 4-Way Speech Competition on Monday, March 7. Mia Printz delivered a speech on the harmfulness of complaining and challenged listeners to look for the blessings in their lives and to be content. Sam Jackson presented a speech on the positive influences of missionaries around the world. He challenged the listeners to be missionaries in their own back yards, looking for those in their lives who could use some help or encouragement. Mia Printz placed 2nd in the contest and won $100 for her efforts.

Two sophomores from Calvary Christian participated in the Rotary Club 4-Way Speech Competition on Monday, March 7. Mia Printz delivered a speech on the harmfulness of complaining and challenged listeners to look for the blessings in their lives and to be content. Sam Jackson presented a speech on the positive influences of missionaries around the world. He challenged the listeners to be missionaries in their own back yards, looking for those in their lives who could use some help or encouragement. Mia Printz placed 2nd in the contest and won $100 for her efforts.


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Two sophomores from Calvary Christian participated in the Rotary Club 4-Way Speech Competition on Monday, March 7. Mia Printz delivered a speech on the harmfulness of complaining and challenged listeners to look for the blessings in their lives and to be content. Sam Jackson presented a speech on the positive influences of missionaries around the world. He challenged the listeners to be missionaries in their own back yards, looking for those in their lives who could use some help or encouragement. Mia Printz placed 2nd in the contest and won $100 for her efforts.

Two sophomores from Calvary Christian participated in the Rotary Club 4-Way Speech Competition on Monday, March 7. Mia Printz delivered a speech on the harmfulness of complaining and challenged listeners to look for the blessings in their lives and to be content. Sam Jackson presented a speech on the positive influences of missionaries around the world. He challenged the listeners to be missionaries in their own back yards, looking for those in their lives who could use some help or encouragement. Mia Printz placed 2nd in the contest and won $100 for her efforts.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/03/web1_sam-and-mia-1.jpgTwo sophomores from Calvary Christian participated in the Rotary Club 4-Way Speech Competition on Monday, March 7. Mia Printz delivered a speech on the harmfulness of complaining and challenged listeners to look for the blessings in their lives and to be content. Sam Jackson presented a speech on the positive influences of missionaries around the world. He challenged the listeners to be missionaries in their own back yards, looking for those in their lives who could use some help or encouragement. Mia Printz placed 2nd in the contest and won $100 for her efforts. Submitted photo