Cameron Terrell Massengill Wins Murfreesboro Rotary's Speech Contest

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President Mark King presents Cameron a certificate and the $100 cash prize.

On Saturday morning, March 8, 2014, Cameron Terrell Massengill won the "4 Way Test" speech contest sponsored by the Murfreesboro Rotary Club. He is 15-years old and a tenth grade student at Oakland High School

The competition was held in the library at the Murfreesboro Boys and Girls Club. A special thank you to Rotarian Derek Blake for hosting this event. He is the executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Rutherford County. A tip of the hat to Rotarians Gib Backlund, Derek Blake, Mark King, Steve Reeves and Bart Walker for judging the "4 Way Test" speech contest.

The event was open to any local high school senior, and there was no admission fee. Students tied Rotary's "4 Way Test" to the subject of their choice. Their talks had to be at least four minutes in length and no longer than six minutes. 


And The Winners Are

(L-R) Bjorn LaLonde earned third place and $50 cash, Miracle Dyson took the second place honors and $75 cash, and first place winner Cameron Terrell Massengill who earned $100 cash. Murfreesboro Rotary President King congratulated the winners, who were all students at Oakland High School.


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