Students speak of King's legacy at celebration.
Byline: Bob Keefer The Register-Guard
SPRINGFIELD - Student speeches, essays and artworks marked this community's seventh annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, which was held at Springfield Middle School on Monday.
About 300 people turned out for the afternoon event, which was organized by the city, the school district, Willamalane Park & Recreation District, the Springfield Family Resource Center and the Springfield Alliance for Equality and Respect, known as SAfER.
"It is up to you what kind of world you want this to be," said Stephanie Badenoch, a 16-year-old junior from Springfield High School Springfield High School may refer to:
She was followed on the podium by Megan Wright, also a 16-year-old junior at the school, who referred to King's famous "I Have a Dream Speech" and likewise challenged the audience to choose between good and evil.
"We can't stay neutral," she said. "We either have to be working toward the positive or we are working toward the negative."
Wright won this year's speech contest. Second place went to Thomas Lovell, who did not appear; his place was taken by second alternate Badenoch. The award for first alternate went to Bria Light.
Music was provided by the Rockin' Amigos AMIGOS Advanced Mobile Integration in General Operating Systems , a quartet of students at Centennial Elementary School elementary school: see school. ; by the fifth-grade choir from Mount Vernon Mount Vernon, estate, United States
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Here is a list of other MLK student awards:
Grades 4 and 5: Ashley Spinelli, Yolanda Elementary School, art; Edgar Estrada Edgar Eladio Estrada Solís (born November 16, 1967), popularly known as "El Gato" (the cat) is a Guatemalan footballer who has played goalkeeper for several clubs in Guatemala's top division. He was capped 80 times for the Guatemala national football team. , Moffitt Elementary School, art; Garret Ogon, Yolanda, essay; Jasmin Brown, Moffitt, poetry.
Grades 6 and 7: Angelica Millard, Agnes Stewart Middle School Stewart Middle School' is the name of some schools in the US:
Grades 8 and 9: Brittany Dorris, Agnes Stewart, art; Victoria Lemmon, Agnes Stewart, art; and Tim Mahn, Thurston High School Thurston High School is located in Springfield, Oregon in Lane County. Their mascot is a black colt. Shooting
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Grades 10-12: Jose Gutierrez, Springfield High School, ceramics; Angelica Swartout, Springfield, ceramics; and Oscar Rodriguez, Thurston High School, poetry.