Haxtun 4th graders pen "Fairness" essays for contest


(Herald photo by Candie Fix)

WINNERS OF THE Jolley Dozen essay contest are pictured with group members (l-r), Helen Murray, Ruby Santistevan, Ellery Bornhoft, Jeorjia Stroyek and Peggy Davis. Stroyek's essay, first place winner, will advance to the State contest.

The Jolley Dozen annually hosts an essay contest with Haxtun fourth grade students; each year selecting a topic for students to write about. This year's topic, titled Fairness, drew three winners in the contest including first place Jeorjia Stroyek, second place Ellery Bornhoft and third place Ruby Santistevan. Stroyek's first place essay will advance to the State competition. Winners receive cash prizes while every fourth grade student receives a book, donated by the Jolley Dozen Club.


By Jeorjia Stroyek

Fairness means a lot to me. My definition of fairness is letting other...

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