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Updated: February 27, 2020 @ 12:52 pm
Madi Walker's character is fed up with her boss's sexist actions in the office as Gering students deliver their oral interpreation of drama speech Saturday, Jan. 11 at the Scottsbluff meet. Mark Karpf portrays a boss who appreciates his all female staff for their looks more than their work ethic, which back fires as the women come up with a plan to hurt him.
Melyssa Caimiro portrays multiple characters as Kimball High School students deliver “Gums,” a Jaws parody during the Scottsbluff High School speech meet on Saturday, Jan. 11. Also part of the group were Madison Ebeling, Maria Burris, Angel Helms and Emily Bussanich.
Kiara McGuire from Ogallala High School delivers her extemporaneous speech about North Korea's citizens who struggle with malnourishment. McGuire argued the money the country received should go toward addressing this problem rather than toward war.
Graham Kovarik of Scottsbluff delivers a speech on stress management. He shared how overstudying can increase student and lead to burnouts, so to keep calm, be prepared and set priorities.
Chadron High School speech students deliver their oral interpretation of drama speech based off the movie Pitch Perfect. The group competed at the Scottsbluff High School speech meet on Saturday.
Emma Fogle of Gering High School delivers her entertainment speech on freckles. Fogle described freckles as confetti for the face and how having freckles reduces a person's chances of developing wrinkles and osteoperosis.
As Anna Harveson delivers her entertainment speech, she cries out as she describes the chaos of surviving family gatherings. Harveson said she was nervous ahead of the first speech meet, but felt better knowing she delivered them well.
Keanna Turnbull of Mitchell High School, delivers her entertainment speech on aliens during the Scottsbluff High School speech meet on Saturday, Jan. 11. Turnbull discussed foreign objects found on earth and conspiracies theories that everyone is an alien.
During her entertainment speech, Anna Harveson explains the importance of learning your family tree to survive a family gathering. Great aunt Gertrude is one family member to look out for as she will reminisce about when kids were little.
The clicking of small black binders and the rustling of turning pages echoed through the hal…
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