Forensics students perform for High Plains Study Club

The High Plains Study Club met on April 18, at the home of Celia Fouser with Gwen Huck as cohostess.

Summer Ford, the Scott Community High School forensics coach, introduced each of the students who has qualified for state and nationals.

The following students performed:

Judy Weibe and Olivia Wagner (sophomores) performed a humorous duet of friendship throughout the years.

Chelsea Rose (freshman) recited poetry on the assassination of John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln and added some Walt Whitman to her original theme of new, old, and very old ideas.

Paige Prewit (sophomore) gave a speech on how people are too sensitive in this world.

Abby Ford (senior) qualified in four different categories. She presented a humourous poem on “The Twirling Queen.”


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