Speakers head to district contest


Two local orators will move to district competition after the annual Bellefontaine Rotary Club 4-Way Test Speech Contest. Indian Lake High School senior Spencer Wolf, right, took first place, while Bellefontaine High School’s Trey Henderson, center, came in a close second and Ben Logan’s Taylor Keene, left, scored third. Students are asked to present a 4-6 minute memorized speech on a topic of their choice. They also must answer these questions: Is is true? Is it fair? Will it build goodwill and friendships? Is it beneficial to all? Wolf’s examination of fundraising candy bar sales was funny and factual. He and Henderson will represent the Bellefontaine Rotary Club at the district level contest at Wright State University in April.

Two local orators will move to district competition after the annual Bellefontaine Rotary Club 4-Way Test Speech Contest. Indian Lake High School senior Spencer Wolf, right, took first place, while Bellefontaine High School’s Trey Henderson, center, came in a close second and Ben Logan’s Taylor Keene, left, scored third. Students are asked to present a 4-6 minute memorized speech on a topic of their choice. They also must answer these questions: Is is true? Is it fair? Will it build goodwill and friendships? Is it beneficial to all? Wolf’s examination of fundraising candy bar sales was funny and factual. He and Henderson will represent the Bellefontaine Rotary Club at the district level contest at Wright State University in April.


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Two local orators will move to district competition after the annual Bellefontaine Rotary Club 4-Way Test Speech Contest. Indian Lake High School senior Spencer Wolf, right, took first place, while Bellefontaine High School’s Trey Henderson, center, came in a close second and Ben Logan’s Taylor Keene, left, scored third. Students are asked to present a 4-6 minute memorized speech on a topic of their choice. They also must answer these questions: Is is true? Is it fair? Will it build goodwill and friendships? Is it beneficial to all? Wolf’s examination of fundraising candy bar sales was funny and factual. He and Henderson will represent the Bellefontaine Rotary Club at the district level contest at Wright State University in April.

Two local orators will move to district competition after the annual Bellefontaine Rotary Club 4-Way Test Speech Contest. Indian Lake High School senior Spencer Wolf, right, took first place, while Bellefontaine High School’s Trey Henderson, center, came in a close second and Ben Logan’s Taylor Keene, left, scored third. Students are asked to present a 4-6 minute memorized speech on a topic of their choice. They also must answer these questions: Is is true? Is it fair? Will it build goodwill and friendships? Is it beneficial to all? Wolf’s examination of fundraising candy bar sales was funny and factual. He and Henderson will represent the Bellefontaine Rotary Club at the district level contest at Wright State University in April.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/03/web1_Web-2.jpgTwo local orators will move to district competition after the annual Bellefontaine Rotary Club 4-Way Test Speech Contest. Indian Lake High School senior Spencer Wolf, right, took first place, while Bellefontaine High School’s Trey Henderson, center, came in a close second and Ben Logan’s Taylor Keene, left, scored third. Students are asked to present a 4-6 minute memorized speech on a topic of their choice. They also must answer these questions: Is is true? Is it fair? Will it build goodwill and friendships? Is it beneficial to all? Wolf’s examination of fundraising candy bar sales was funny and factual. He and Henderson will represent the Bellefontaine Rotary Club at the district level contest at Wright State University in April. Submitted photo