`Laws of Life' essay winners announced.
FITCHBURG - The Fitchburg High Schools 2008 Laws of Life Essay Contest, sponsored by the Montachusett Area Rotary Rotary can refer to:
Students were asked to reflect and write about the values they believe will help live successful and productive lives. Essays were written in February and the 34 finalists were selected by students of Patricia Smith Patricia Smith (1955) is a poet, spoken word performer, playwright, author, writing teacher, and former journalist.
She was born in Chicago and lives in Westchester County, New York. , at Fitchburg State College. Senior and junior winners were selected by community judges Acting The Judges Act of 1925 was an act of the United States Congress that enabled the Supreme Court to give precedence to cases of national importance. It was passed while former President William Howard Taft served as Chief Justice. Police Chief Philip Kearns, Fire Chief Kevin Roy, Library Director Ann ANN, Scotch law. Half a year's stipend over and above what is owing for the incumbency due to a minister's relict, or child, or next of kin, after his decease. Wishaw. Also, an abbreviation of annus, year; also of annates. In the old law French writers, ann or rather an, signifies a year. Wirtanen, Mayor Lisa Wong, and FSC FSC
See: Foreign Sales Corporation President Robert V. Antonucci. Freshman and sophomore winners were selected by Rotary Club members Lynn Sarao, Tony Gasbarro, and Nick Storrs.
The winners were:
Seniors: First Place, $1,000: Shane Haase.
Honorable Mention, $200 each: Erika Suomala, James Pelletier, Cesavon Vang, and Shelby Giaccarini.
Finalists, $25 Staples staples
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Juniors: First Place, $500: Isiah Ford.
Honorable Mention, $150 each: Joseph Landry, Ashley Cornish, Douglas Dame and Zachary John.
Finalists, $25 Staples gift certificates: Karah Barry, Veronica Adler, Bee Yang yang (yang) [Chinese] in Chinese philosophy, the active, positive, masculine principle that is complementary to yin; see yin, under principle. , Cory Kymalainen, Nicole Dupuis and Tyler Leger.
Sophomores: First Place, $300: Brianna Marie Reyes.
Honorable Mention, $75 each: Kimberly Hilton, Amanda Page, Shelby Concetta Sjostedt and Brandon Holden Holden, town (1990 pop. 14,628), Worcester co., central Mass., a residential suburb of Worcester; settled 1723, set off and inc. 1741. Manufactures include electrical and metal products, plastics, and machinery. .
Freshmen: First Place, $200: Macy Woodard.
Honorable Mention, $50 each: Rebeca Martinez-Rivera, Shannon Gugarty, Dominique Chaput and Chao Yang.
Fitchburg High School has partnered with the Montachusett Rotary Club for the local Laws of Life Essay Contest.
The contest committee's plan is to expand to other schools in the Montachusett region in the future.
The goal is to have as many students write ethical essays about laws of life that are important to them to learn to express themselves and their views about life.
The committee welcomes questions and support to expand this project. Committee members include Mr. Antonucci, Fitchburg High teachers Richard Vaughn and Sharon Gallo, and Montachusett Rotary Club member Mr. Storrs.