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VFW contest winners announced

VFW contest winners announced
Voice of Democracy contest winners: (from left) Kurtis Quillin, Valeri N. Smith, Ashlee Aicher, Amber Hovanec-Carey, Moises Holguin, Taylor Deason, Hunter Pierdolla, Ashleigh Moody, and Asher Welfe

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The winners of the VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen essay contests and the Patriotic Art contest were announced at a dinner Dec. 12.

Winners of the Voice of Democracy essay contest for Stockdale High School include first-place winner Hunter Pierdolla, second-place winner Taylor Deason, and third-place winner Moises Holguin. Hunter’s essay also took first place in district competition. The Poth first-place winner is John Flieller, and the Floresville first-place winner is Kurtis Quillin.

The winners of the Patriot’s Pen contest for Poth include Ashleigh Moody, first place; and Shaley Holland, second place. The home-school winner was Asher Welfel.

The Young American Creative Patriotic Art winners from Floresville include first place, Amber Hovanec-Carey; second place, Valeri N. Smith; and third place, Ashlee Aicher.

Judges were Nancy Traeger, Molly Roemer, and Megan Locker.

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