AMVETS Post 91
AMVETS Post 91 Commander David McClure, back row, and Boys & Girls Club at Woody Hall Program Director Tammy Clark pose with students who earned awards at the state level of the AMVETS Americanism and AMVETS Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse poster contests.
- Contest winners
In the AMVETS Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse contest, there were 10 state winners in the first to third places, winning $50 to $150 gift certificates.
In the seventh-grade essay contest, Demarkus Kahey of Liberty Hill Middle School won first place and Jenny Koehler of Liberty Hill Middle School won second place.
Winners in the poster contest were all from the Woody Hall Unit of the Boys & Girls Club:
- Second grade: Derek Christie, first; Kalea Smith, second.
- Third grade: Tywhia Bondurant, first; Victoria Kitner, second.
- Fourth grade: Zoe Chevalier, first; Jade Tarpley, second.
- Fifth grade: Nylia Shaw, first; Gavin Williams, second.
In the Americanism contest, there were 16 first- to third-place winners, receiving $50 to $200 gift certificates:
- First grade: Illiana Thomas, first; Lanai’ya Harris, second.
- Second grade: Derek Christie, second; Janiyah Spruill, third.
- Third grade: Kamara Downs, second; Victoria Kitner, third.
- Fourth grade: Zoe Chevalier, second; Julianna Camarenamora, third.
- Fifth grade: Gavin Williams, second.
- Sixth grade: Sia Wilson, first; Alejandra Collier, second; Zakelzadrick Hobbs Jr., third.
- Seventh grade: Kaleya Rice, second; Kiam Cole, third.
- Eighth grade: Lianna Garcia, first.
- 12th grade: Ciera Mundy, second.
- First-place winners advance to the national competition later this year.
Posted: Sunday, March 24, 2013 4:30 am
Updated: 8:00 am, Wed Aug 7, 2013.
Bright smiles filled the room Thursday inside the Boys & Girls Club at Woody Hall, as more than a dozen students were recognized for the winning posters they entered in the state AMVETS Americanism and AMVETS Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse contests.
About 60 Boys & Girls Club members from Killeen and Copperas Cove school districts participated in the contests sponsored by AMVETS Post 91. The posters were judged locally before winners competed at the state level, Commander David McClure said.
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Sunday, March 24, 2013 4:30 am.
Updated: 8:00 am.