MILLER WINNER OF AMERICAN LEGION ORATORICAL CONTEST
by Ron Harris
Feb 18, 2014 | 659 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Frankie Miller, a senior at Carbon Hill High School, was presented a Certificate of Distinction and a $200 cash prize for his participation in the American Legion recent Oratorical Contest for Walker County. American Legion Woods-Smith Post 9 Commander Sonny Richardson, second from left, made the presentation to Miller Saturday morning. Posing for a photo are, from left, Post 9 member James Snow, Richardson, Miller and Walker County Circuit Judge Hoyt Elliott. Since 1938, the American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship program has encouraged the nation’s high school students to study the U.S. Constitution and to hone their public speaking skills. – Photo by: Ron Harris.
Frankie Miller, a senior at Carbon Hill High School, was presented a Certificate of Distinction and a $200 cash prize for his participation in the American Legion recent Oratorical Contest for Walker County. American Legion Woods-Smith Post 9 Commander Sonny Richardson, second from left, made the presentation to Miller Saturday morning. Posing for a photo are, from left, Post 9 member James Snow, Richardson, Miller and Walker County Circuit Judge Hoyt Elliott. Since 1938, the American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship program has encouraged the nation’s high school students to study the U.S. Constitution and to hone their public speaking skills. – Photo by: Ron Harris.
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Frankie Miller, a senior at Carbon Hill High School, was presented a Certificate of Distinction and a $200 cash prize for his participation in the American Legion recent Oratorical Contest for Walker County. American Legion Woods-Smith Post 9 Commander Sonny Richardson, second from left, made the presentation to Miller Saturday morning. Posing for a photo are, from left, Post 9 member James Snow, Richardson, Miller and Walker County Circuit Judge Hoyt Elliott. Since 1938, the American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship program has encouraged the nation’s high school students to study the U.S. Constitution and to hone their public speaking skills.