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High School Students Compete in NAACP Competition

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Four high school students recently placed first place in the local NAACP’s Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics and headed for New York City to compete in the national competitions.

Marquise Cox : A graduating senior from North High School competed in Oratory (original); Jade Hooper: A sophmore from North High School competed in Dance; Anthony Anderson a freshman from Poly High School competed in Poetry (original); Carol Cox: A senior from Santiago High School in Corona

competed in Dramatics. All students will be showcased at a Fish Fry Fund Raiser Saturday June 27, at The Community Settlement House, 14th and Burmuda in Riverside.

Donations are needed to help defray the cost of the travel and six nights housing fees. For more information please call 951-683-6225 or send checks to Riverside NAACP Branch/ACT-SO. Your Support will help to encourage “Todays Youth Tomorrows Leaders.”

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