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Monday May 25th, 2015 11:34AM

GHS student wins State AAAAA Girls Essay competition

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Gainesville High School's Gabrielle Diaz is the State AAAAA Champion in Girls Essay.

Also representing GHS at state literary meet were Andrew Kelley in Boys Essay, Lauren Carter in Girls Dramatic Interpretation, and Braz Jackson in Boys Extemporaneous.

Pam Ware is Literary Coordinator and worked with Carter; the faculty member who recommended Jackson was Kathy Kelley; and English Department faculty members who taught Diza and Kelley were Wyoma Newman, Pam Michelsen, and Lara Mallard.
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