Anson VFW contest winners announced


For the Record Third-place contest winner Jamarion Hamilton poses with auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.


For the Record Students in grades 6-8 wrote essays for the Veterans of Foreign Wars on “The America I Believe In.” The winners were chosen at the local post and advanced to the district level; that winner will advance to state level, where their essays will be scored and advance to the national level. The VFW continuously encourages students in Anson County to enter their essays. From left: Post Commander James Bennett, first-place winner Hilliary Adams, second-place winner Labdhi Shah and auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.


For the Record

Third-place contest winner Jamarion Hamilton poses with auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.

For the Record

Students in grades 6-8 wrote essays for the Veterans of Foreign Wars on “The America I Believe In.” The winners were chosen at the local post and advanced to the district level; that winner will advance to state level, where their essays will be scored and advance to the national level. The VFW continuously encourages students in Anson County to enter their essays.

From left: Post Commander James Bennett, first-place winner Hilliary Adams, second-place winner Labdhi Shah and auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.

For the Record Third-place contest winner Jamarion Hamilton poses with auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.
http://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_VFW-essay-winner-2017-fz.jpgFor the Record Third-place contest winner Jamarion Hamilton poses with auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.

For the Record Students in grades 6-8 wrote essays for the Veterans of Foreign Wars on “The America I Believe In.” The winners were chosen at the local post and advanced to the district level; that winner will advance to state level, where their essays will be scored and advance to the national level. The VFW continuously encourages students in Anson County to enter their essays. From left: Post Commander James Bennett, first-place winner Hilliary Adams, second-place winner Labdhi Shah and auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.
http://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_VFW-essay-winner-2017-2-fz.jpgFor the Record Students in grades 6-8 wrote essays for the Veterans of Foreign Wars on “The America I Believe In.” The winners were chosen at the local post and advanced to the district level; that winner will advance to state level, where their essays will be scored and advance to the national level. The VFW continuously encourages students in Anson County to enter their essays. From left: Post Commander James Bennett, first-place winner Hilliary Adams, second-place winner Labdhi Shah and auxiliary President Brenda Bennett.
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