Each and every day, I see the greatness of American displayed all around me. She has been made great by her people and her freedoms. As I awaken each morning, I get the pleasure of watching the sun rise. Slowly, with the coming of the sun, night fades away. Each ray of sunlight a beam of pride, gently kissing the tops of the trees and the American flags that are displayed faithfully at the crown of their poles.
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The ceremony honoring the six students and their families took place Friday evening at the VFW post in Hillsboro. High School winning first place. Second and third place honors went to Kyle Hoskins and Emma Robb, both from Hillsboro Christian Academy and in the seventh and eighth grades, respectively. In the Voice of Democracy competition, designed for high school students, first place went to Anne Throckmorton, a junior at Hillsboro High School; placing second and third were Jackson Lee Boggess and Charles Crusie, a sophomore and junior, respectively, at the Hillsboro Christian Academy.
Kellogg School District Superintendent Dr. Nancy Larsen was on hand to help commemorate the occasion. Courtesy photo. Perhaps nothing embodies this like Kellogg High School senior Aaron Lehto, who recently finished in fourth place at the state level of the Voice of Democracy essay competition. Nancy Larsen, presented Lehto with his prize money and awards for winning the District I contest District I consists of Idaho's five northern counties and then placing at the state level.
She emerged the winner in the district, which includes Pike, Monroe, Carbon, and North Hampton counties. Autumn also received a recent all-expenses-paid weekend trip to historic Gettysburg. Autumn and all the other contestants were given a Friday night pizza party and then a tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield on Saturday.