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High school speech event honors MLK

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Day, tomorrow the Serve Guam Commission is planning an islandwide high school speech contest at the Father Duenas Memorial School cafeteria at 8 in the morning.  The theme of the contest is "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - The Dream." public and private school students grades 9 through 12 that wish to participate in the contest must give a 5 to 8 minute speech on Dr. King's dream, to be eligible for the cash prize of $100.

First second and third place will receive a trophy. The Serve Guam Commission will also be assisting the Girl Scouts of Guam at Cost-U-Less in Tamuning from 8am to 12pm.

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