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4-Way Speech Contest and Committee Members

The District competition will held on Saturday March 24, 2018, at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Bruner Hall, Room 119

Presentations will begin at 9AM CDT, 10AM EDT.

Location is Bruner Hall room 119

Each club must submit the name of its sponsored competitor to the Chair of the Vocational Services Committee by March 15, 2018.

 

 

 

For further information or  assistance with this project, please contact Vocational Service Chair Donna Fare by phone at 931-607-2130

 or via email to:
dfare@blomand.net 

2017 Winners

Students pictured: L to R: DGN Jim Roxlo, Mickeala Kerly, 2nd Place (Chattanooga Breakfast), Travis Taylor, 3rd Place (Bradley Sunrise), Loren Proctor, 1st Place Winner, (Seymour Breakfast)

 

 

 

 All of the 2017 Four-Way Speech participants pictured with DGN Jim Roxlo and DGE Debbie Alexander-Davis

District 6780 Four-Way Speech Competition

Want to have a positive impact on the high school students in your area? Do you want to share the meaning and purpose of Rotary to high school students who many well be future Rotarians?

 Instilling the values of the Rotary Four-Way Test into this group of students will have a profound influence on their lives as they enter adulthood. Values formed will shape their lives as they approach their careers and endeavors. What could better influence values of our youth than the Four-Way Test!!!!

Your club should plan on having your competition concluded in the first of March.  If you have not received your materials or have any questions for the Four-Way Speech Competition please contact  Vocational Service Chair Donna Fare.

Once you have received your materials begin contacting your high school sponsors for grades 9-12. Interact Clubs speech teachers, English teachers, and guidance counselors are an excellent source of student participants.

Vocational Service Committee Members:

Donna Fare, Sparta, Chair (2)  dfare@blomand.net

Logan Hickman, South Campbell Co   loganh@pbsouth.com

Jeff Roberts, Cookeville   jjroberts@tntech.edu

Scott Morrell, AG, Lafayette scott.morrell@flhosp.org

 

2016 DG Beth Stubbs with the Winners

DG Beth Stubbs, Carolina Hatfield, 3rd Place (South Pittsburg), Danielle Quisenberry, 2nd Place (Seymour Breakfast), and Julia Goncalves, 1st Place Winner (Cleveland)

 

 

2015 Four-Way Speech Participants & Winners

Front Row: L to R: Kayla Adams (Jamestown), Ovi Kabir (Oak Ridge Sunset), Mikayla Stogsdill, 3rd Place Winner (Farragut), Brooke Chaffin, 2nd Place Winner (Bradley Sunrise), Wendy Armenta, 1st Place Winner (Cleveland), and DG Jerry Wear. Back Row: Emily Hooper (South Pittsburg), Condra Lee Carter (Dayton)