oratorical contest

American Legion Post 99 member Kenny “Cuz” Alley and Sons of the American Legion member and Master of Ceremonies Tony Coppola award Ella Henslee first place and Avery Dickerson second place in the Oratorical Contest. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Behold the bright minds

It was an observation of democracy; an ode to the shaping of this nation and the impact of laws on its citizens. It was also an event signifying hope, Master of Ceremonies Tony Coppola pointed-out, because America’s hope lies with its youth.

Photo by Jana Bounds

A celebration of democracy and of Richard “Dick” Allgood

Colorful shirts were everywhere at the fifth annual American Legion 7th District Oratorical Contest. Ophir Middle School and Lone Peak High School social studies teacher Tony Coppola stood before attendees and discussed how Dick Allgood was the reason he and fellow teacher Jeremy Harder became involved with the Sons of the American Legion.

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