Del Sol Lions host student speakers

Event Chairman Dave Roberts reviews guidelines for the student speech contest with student speakers Aisiri Murulidhar, a ninth-grader at Torrey Pines; Elijah Granet, an 11th-grader at Canyon Crest; and Robert Roberts, an 11th-grader at Torrey Pines.

David Cain, timer; Dave Roberts, event chairman; Mary Jane Boyd, judge; Alex Oliver, timer; June Olson, timer; Nicole Mione-Green, judge; Judy Strang, judge; Kathleen Behrens

The Del Sol Lions took part in the 75th annual Student Speakers Contest sponsored by the California Lions of Multiple District 4. The event was held Feb. 11 at Fletcher Cove Community Center. Student speakers had 10 minutes to discuss “What Could the America of Yesterday Teach the America of Tomorrow?” Photos: Jon Clark

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Posted by Scott Reeder on Feb 16, 2012. Filed under Featured Story, News, Solana Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

3 Comments for “Del Sol Lions host student speakers”

  1. jayanthi

    proud of u ,aisiri

  2. Manju

    Congrats Aisiri….. Keep it up.

  3. Congratulations, Aisiri! Good luck in your next contest next weekend!

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