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Posted: May 4, 2009  15:48

Students Win Spring NIC Speech Contest

      Public Information Coordinator

Five students topped the annual North Idaho College Spring 2009 Speech Contest, earning awards for speeches written and presented through Communications 101 classes this semester.

Students were selected by their peers to represent their classes in the contest, which is judged by NIC students, staff and faculty each semester.

John Raines from Houston, Texas, won first place for his speech on "Fear."

Second place went to Stephanie Trammell, from Palmer, Alaska, with her speech on "When Things Get Left Behind."

Kenneth Gingras, a high school dual credit student from St. Maries, earned third place with his speech on "Stereo Appreciation."

Jesse Seid from Coeur d'Alene earned fourth place with "Where's the Justice?"

Fifth place went to Cody Lemieux from Gras Morne, Haiti with his speech "Malaria: Not As Fun As It Sounds."

Information: NIC Communication Instructor Sherry Simkins, 208-769-3418


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