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MHS Students Advance in Rotary Four-Way Speech Contest

Three Milton Hershey School students are advancing to the next round of the Rotary’s Four-Way Speech Contest.

Hershey Rotary Club held its annual speech contest on Wednesday, Oct. 10. First place was awarded to MHS junior Jose Mendez. MHS junior Ty’Jhon Hull was honored with second place and MHS senior Desmond Primus placed third in the speech contest.

Pictured (L to R): Elisabeth Milligan, Tori Wentland, Njambi Womak, Desmond Primus, Ty’Jhon Hull, and Jose Mendez.

The contest challenges students in grades 10-12 to write and deliver speeches centered on the Rotary’s Four-Way Test questions:

  • Is it the truth?
  • Is it fair to all concerned?
  • Will it build good will and better friendships?
  • Will it be beneficial to all?

All three students who placed in the contest will compete in the Rotary District mid-level round next month in Harrisburg. This is the school’s fifth year being involved in the contest.

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