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Calling all Pleasanton High School Students!

Original post made by Pleasanton North Rotary Club on Dec 8, 2013

Pleasanton North Rotary will hold its annual Richard D. King Youth Speech Contest on Friday January 3rd at 12:15 pm, at the Pleasanton Hilton 7050 Johnson Drive, Pleasanton 94588

1st Place $100
2nd Place $50
3rd Place $25

This contest is a great way for local high school students to hone their speaking skills in a friendly and competitive environment. Successful students in the past have come from Drama, Debate, English and Speech programs, and if you're serious about participating, we'd love to have you there!

This year's theme is "Engage Rotary, Change Lives"

To register for the January 3rd club contest or for questions, contact: Kevin Greenlee, Pleasanton North Rotary Club Speech Contest Chair: or (925) 381-7315.

We hope to have many outstanding contestants again this year!

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