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Pine Castle Woman’s Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest 2017

Winners of the 2017 Pine Castle Woman’s Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest listen to Linda Chapin’s presentation at the awards luncheon hosted by the Pine Castle Woman’s Club on April 12, 2017.

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Linda Chapin with essay contest winners, pictured from left to right: Georgia Hungerford, Dayna Harmon, Hailey Warn, Emily Raybuck, and Miah Downs.

Listen to Linda Chapin’s presentation at the 2017 Pine Castle Women’s Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon. LISTEN (18:56).

 

Students wrote original essays on the theme: When I grow up I will be a good citizen by….

Randolph Russell, a world class musician, played America the Beautiful on his saxophone. LISTEN (8:36).

 

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Randolph G. Russell, author of American History in No Time,  spoke on the importance of learning American history.

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Randolph G. Russell presented a copy of his book, American History in No Time, to each school.

The winning students read their essays for an audience of special guests including their parents, teachers, school principals, and Pine Castle Woman’s Club members.

First prize winner, Georgia Hungerford, received a plaque for her school and $100.00. Second place winner, Emily Raybuck, received $75.00. Third place winners, Dayna Harmon and Hailey Warn, each received $50.00, and fourth place winner, Miah Downs, received $25.00.

Linda Chapin presented the awards to the students along with Pine Castle Woman’s Club President Gail Padgett.

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Miah Downs from Shenandoah Elementary School, fourth place winner. Read Miss Down’s award winning essay.

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Dayna Harmon of Cornerstone Charter Academy and Hailey Warn of Pershing Elementary School, third place winners. Read Miss Harmon’s award winning essay. Read Miss Warn’s award winning essay.

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Emily Raybuck of Pine Castle Elementary, second place winner. Read Miss Raybuck’s award winning essay.

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Georgia Hungerford of Blankner Elementary School, first place winner. Read Miss Hungerford’s award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of the award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by …. Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.

 

The students and their guests enjoyed a delicious luncheon prepared by the Pine Castle Woman’s Club.

Interviewer:  Jane Tracy

Date:  April 12, 2017

Place:  Pine Castle Woman’s Club

 

 

 

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Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Georgia Hungerford's Winning Essay
In answering the question, "How will I be a good citizen in my community when I'm older?" I realized that becoming a...
Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Dayna Harmon's Winning Essay
Have you ever wondered what it means to be a good citizen? Well, being a good citizen could mean many different things...
Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Hailey Warn's Winning Essay
When I grow up, I will be a good citizen by helping. There are more ways to help than you think. Here...
Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Emily Raybuck's Winning Essay
When I grow up, I will be a good citizen in my community by volunteering to go to nursing homes. So many...
Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Miah Down's Winning Essay
When I grow up, I will be a good citizen by... Helping in all the ways I can like, helping police officers,...
Linda Chapin Speaking at the Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon
Winners of the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest listen to Linda Chapin's presentation at the awards luncheon hosted...
Gail Padgett Speaking at the Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest
Gail Padgett, President of The Pine Castle Woman's Club, addresses the winners of the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Student Essay Contest. The...
Randolph Russell Playing the Sax at the Pine Castle Women's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon
Randolph Russell, a world class musician, played America the Beautiful on his saxophone at the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade...
Author Randolph G. Russell at the Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon
Randolph G. Russell, author of American History in No Time, at the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon on...
Miah Downs, Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner
Linda Chapin presents the award to Miah Downs from Shenandoah Elementary School. Miss Down received fourth place in the 2017 Pine Castle...
Dayna Harmon and Hailey Warn, Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winners
Linda Chapin presents the awards to Dayna Harmon from Cornerstone Charter Academy and Hailey Warn from Pershing Elementary. Miss Harmon and Miss...
Emily Raybuck, Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner
Linda Chapin presents the award to Emily Raybuck from Pine Castle Elementary School. Miss Raybuck received second place in the 2017 Pine...
Georgia Hungerford, Pine Castle Woman's Club 2017 Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner
Linda Chapin presents the award to Georgia Hungerford from Blankner Elementary School. Miss Hungerford received first place in the 2017 Pine Castle...
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Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Georgia Hungerford's Winning Essay

In answering the question, "How will I be a good citizen in my community when I'm older?" I realized that becoming a good citizen takes work and doesn't just happen. This is important because people need to decide early on what type of people they want to be and take actions to get there...

Excerpt from Blankner Elementary Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner Georgia Hungerford's essay. Read Miss Hungerford's award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of their award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by .... Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.


Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Dayna Harmon's Winning Essay

Have you ever wondered what it means to be a good citizen? Well, being a good citizen could mean many different things such as caring for others, protecting the environment, and respecting the law. Good citizens take pride in where they live and want to make it a better place. When I grow up, I will be a good citizen in my community by joining a volunteering organization, helping the homeless, and supporting the military troops...

Excerpt from Cornerstone Charter Academy's Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner Dayna Harmon's essay. Read Miss Harmon's award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of their award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by .... Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.


Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Hailey Warn's Winning Essay

When I grow up, I will be a good citizen by helping. There are more ways to help than you think. Here are just a couple of ways I can help...

Excerpt from Pershing Elementary School's Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner Hailey Warn's essay. Read Miss Warn's award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of their award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by .... Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.


Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Emily Raybuck's Winning Essay

When I grow up, I will be a good citizen in my community by volunteering to go to nursing homes. So many older people can not live by themselves any more, and have to go to a nursing home for help with their daily activities. I plan to volunteer at least ten hours a week. I would help them by reading to them, by playing board games with them, maybe by writing letters to their families, and help them do their laundry. I could paint ladies' nails for them. Most importantly, just be there so they have somebody to listen to their stories  

Excerpt from Pine Castle Elementary School's Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner Emily Raybuck's essay. Read Miss Raybuck's award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of their award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by .... Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.


Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest: Miah Down's Winning Essay

When I grow up, I will be a good citizen by... Helping in all the ways I can like, helping police officers, protecting the environment, and volunteer at places just to make sure I see a smile on people's places....

Excerpt from Shenandoah Elementary Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Winner MIah Down's essay. Read Miss Down's award winning essay.

LISTEN (21:25) to the student oratory of their award winning essays: When I Grow Up, I Will Be a Good Citizen by .... Presenters are in alphabetical order by school name.


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