JABBERWOCK SCHOOL KIDS RECEIVE SORORITY'S AWARDS.
Byline: Daily News
LANCASTER - Nine-year-old Anton DuBoise, a Desert Christian School A Christian School is a school run on Christian principles or by a Christian organization.
The nature of Christian schools varies enormously from country to country according to the religious, educational, and political culture. fourth-grader who wants to be a lawyer, was named Mr. Jabberwock 2004 at the Lancaster Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta This article
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Runner-up was Jessica Turner, 10, a Grace Lutheran School Lutheran schools and education were a priority for Lutherans who emigrated to the United States and Australia from Germany and Scandinavia. One of the first things they did was to create schools for their children. fifth-grader who wants to be a pediatrician.
At the Feb. 29 Jabberwock show, named for a mythical character in Lewis Carroll's ``Alice's Adventure in Wonderland,'' 10 youngsters helped raise money for the sorority's college scholarships for young Antelope Valley This article is about the Los Angeles County region. For the census-designated place in Wyoming, see Antelope Valley-Crestview, Wyoming.
The Antelope Valley women.
The sorority sorority: see fraternity. is presently helping support two scholarship recipients at college.
The other contestants were Byron Douglas, Terenae Finley, Heavenly Gilliehan, Jasmine Johnson, Danielle Robinson, Athena Russell, Jeffrey Russell and Joshua Russell.
(1) With their awards are the participants in the 2004 Jabberwock show, put on by Delta Sigma Theta.
(2) Runner-up Jessica Turner and Mr. Jabberwock Anton Duboise were the winners of this year's awards.
Jeff Goldwater/Staff Photographer