Chokio-Alberta student wins annual Voice of Democracy contest
Chokio-Alberta junior Brandy Johnson won the annual Voice of Democracy contest, sponsored by the Morris VFW Post 5039 Auxiliary.
The second place winner was Kammie Beyer, also a Chokio-Alberta junior.
The Voice of Democracy contest is open to all students in Stevens County in grades 9-12. The theme for this years' contest was, "Does My Generation Have a Role in America's Future?"
Brandy Johnson's essay was titled, Generation "Why Not?"
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