Dublin wins 4-Way Test Speech contest


On Tuesday, the Washington Rotary Club held its annual 4-Way Test Speech contest. Five students from Washington Court House City Schools and Miami Trace High School competed in the contest. The winner was Ray Dublin, a senior at Washington Court House City Schools. Ray will go on to compete in the Rotary district contest on March 31 at Wright State University in Dayton. Runner-up was Miami Trace junior Victoria Waits. Pictured (L to R): Ray Dublin, Washington Court House City Schools (senior); Madison Newman Washington Court House City Schools (junior); Victoria Waits, Miami Trace (junior); Khenadi Grubb, Miami Trace (senior); and Lahni Stachler, Miami Trace (sophomore).

On Tuesday, the Washington Rotary Club held its annual 4-Way Test Speech contest. Five students from Washington Court House City Schools and Miami Trace High School competed in the contest. The winner was Ray Dublin, a senior at Washington Court House City Schools. Ray will go on to compete in the Rotary district contest on March 31 at Wright State University in Dayton. Runner-up was Miami Trace junior Victoria Waits. Pictured (L to R): Ray Dublin, Washington Court House City Schools (senior); Madison Newman Washington Court House City Schools (junior); Victoria Waits, Miami Trace (junior); Khenadi Grubb, Miami Trace (senior); and Lahni Stachler, Miami Trace (sophomore).


On Tuesday, the Washington Rotary Club held its annual 4-Way Test Speech contest. Five students from Washington Court House City Schools and Miami Trace High School competed in the contest. The winner was Ray Dublin, a senior at Washington Court House City Schools. Ray will go on to compete in the Rotary district contest on March 31 at Wright State University in Dayton. Runner-up was Miami Trace junior Victoria Waits. Pictured (L to R): Ray Dublin, Washington Court House City Schools (senior); Madison Newman Washington Court House City Schools (junior); Victoria Waits, Miami Trace (junior); Khenadi Grubb, Miami Trace (senior); and Lahni Stachler, Miami Trace (sophomore).

On Tuesday, the Washington Rotary Club held its annual 4-Way Test Speech contest. Five students from Washington Court House City Schools and Miami Trace High School competed in the contest. The winner was Ray Dublin, a senior at Washington Court House City Schools. Ray will go on to compete in the Rotary district contest on March 31 at Wright State University in Dayton. Runner-up was Miami Trace junior Victoria Waits. Pictured (L to R): Ray Dublin, Washington Court House City Schools (senior); Madison Newman Washington Court House City Schools (junior); Victoria Waits, Miami Trace (junior); Khenadi Grubb, Miami Trace (senior); and Lahni Stachler, Miami Trace (sophomore).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/02/web1_IMG_4953.jpgOn Tuesday, the Washington Rotary Club held its annual 4-Way Test Speech contest. Five students from Washington Court House City Schools and Miami Trace High School competed in the contest. The winner was Ray Dublin, a senior at Washington Court House City Schools. Ray will go on to compete in the Rotary district contest on March 31 at Wright State University in Dayton. Runner-up was Miami Trace junior Victoria Waits. Pictured (L to R): Ray Dublin, Washington Court House City Schools (senior); Madison Newman Washington Court House City Schools (junior); Victoria Waits, Miami Trace (junior); Khenadi Grubb, Miami Trace (senior); and Lahni Stachler, Miami Trace (sophomore).