Ginger Berry wins state essay competition

Ginger Berry (left), winner of district, and state competition of “Women’s Suffrage” paper for the Daughters of the American Revolution, JoAnn Smith of Island City (Middle) presenting award, Hannah Kate Sheehy (right) receiving 2nd place. Berry won $50 for district with her essay and $100 for state. She is now moving on to regionals which is Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Students studied the 1919-1920 movement of women’s rights and wrote essays of 600-1000 words.

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