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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Hemet-San Jacinto Centennial Lions Club sponsors student speaker contest


Last updated 2/21/2019 at 10:55pm

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Student speakers from left, Krishna Koka of Hemet High School; Katherine McGivney of Hemet High; Ben Collier of Hemet High; James Crawford of Hemet High; Christina Stuve of West Valley High School; Jessica Greenman pf Hemet High; Sara Oike of Western Center Academy and Carley Chapman of Baypoint Prep Academy are ready to compete in the 82nd annual Lions Student Speaker Contest sponsored by the Hemet-San Jacinto Centennial Lions Club. James Crawford, center, is the overall winner and will compete in the Lions Zone Speaker Contest, March 18.

Hemet High School student James Crawford took the first place prize for his speech "Freedom of the Press: What Does it Mean?" which was presented to members of the Hemet-San Jacinto Centennial Lions Club at the 82nd annual Lions Student Speaker Contest Tuesday, Feb. 12.

Crawford will present his speech in the upcoming Lions Zone contest, March 18, with a chance to speak at the Lions International "Final Four" contest, on or before June 8, in Los Angeles.

Crawford's speech was selected by a panel of Lions Club judges from a the group of eight student contestants from Hemet and San Jacinto...

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