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2018 Speech Contest Winners

Congratulations to this year's winners of the 2018 YEAR OF THE DOG KANSAS CITY CHINESE SPEECH CONTEST!

Division I A    First prize          Baldwin Brown


Division I B    First prize          Isabella Mia Glasow 高慕妍

                      Second prize    Carrie Wong 王馨鋆


Division II A   First prize          Emalee Ro

                      Second prize     Miles A. Wirth

                      Third prize         Toman Parker   &   Alexis Stamps


Division II B   First prize          Riley Martin

                      Second prize     Emily Delman

                      Third prize         Sydney Flake


Division II C  First prize          Jiao Jiao Nelson

                     Second prize     Caleb Lee 李建乐

                     Third prize         Chengle Qian


Division III A    First prize        Olivia Staso

                        Second prize   India Robinson

                        Third prize       Amanda Branom & Edwinna Hiebert & Ally Jacobs


Division III B    First prize        Jack DiPalo

                        Second prize   Preston Johnson & Jam Navarro

                        Third  prize      Nelle Henning & Catelyn Cunningham & Beth Patterson & Jackson Witt


Division III C   First prize         Reagan Krueger

                       Second prize    Morgan Mos 莫丽丽


Division III D   International students  First prize            William Feng冯陈俊一

                       International students  Second prize       Rongwei Li 李镕蔚

                       Heritage speaker First prize                    Aimee Wang 汪 亦凡

                       Heritage speaker Second prize               Leon Lin    

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