Five students top the NIC Speech Contest

Five students received awards for winning the annual North Idaho College Fall Speech Contest Dec. 17, earning awards for speeches written and presented through their coursework in Communications 101 classes throughout the semester. Students from 26 communications classes were selected by their peers to represent the class in the contest, which is judged by NIC students, staff and faculty each semester. Cash prizes are sponsored by textbook publisher McGraw Hill. First place winner Cory See of Coeur d'Alene won $150 for his speech “Do You Know Your Neighbor,” second place winner Ed D. Walker of Coeur d'Alene won $125 for his speech “The Call For Life,” third place winner Jodi Cleveland of Athol won $100 for her speech “Education Is the Key,” fourth place winner Rebecca Erwin of Hayden won $75 for her speech “A Choice to Die” and fifth place winner Brad Crawford of Coeur d'Alene won $50 for his speech “Music to Our Ears.”

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NIC Communication Instructor Annie McKinlay, (208) 769-3425

Posted: Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2004

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