MV students qualify for contest, plan ‘Egg My Yard’ fundraiser qualify for contest’

Three Marmaton Valley students qualified for a national forensics competition. To raise money for the trip, they'll drop candy-filled Easter eggs at your house.

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April 8, 2022 - 3:25 PM

Autumn Simpson and Alexis Elam fill plastic eggs with candy as part of a fundraiser to pay for a forensics team trip to Washington, D.C. The students are offering to scatter eggs in someone’s yard for Easter. Courtesy photo

MORAN — A trio of students are Wahington, D.C.-bound for their competitive speaking and acting abilities.

Marmaton Valley High School students Autum Simpson, Alexis Elam and Carissa Mattox all qualified for National Catholic Forensics League Grand Tournament in Washington May 28-29, based on their performances at a tournament in March in Moundridge.

Simpson and Elam qualified in duo interpretation; Mattox is an alternate competitor in original oration.

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