Duffie wins Rotary Four-Way Speech Contest


Laynee Duffie from Fairfield High School was the winner of the Hillsboro Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Contest. The speech, which must be at least four minutes long but not longer than six minutes, must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience. Pictured, from left, are Duffie, and runners-up Tyler Tomera-Hillier from the Hillsboro Christian Academy, Hannah McIntyre from the Hillsboro Christian Academy and Sarah Wuellner from Fairfield High School.

Laynee Duffie from Fairfield High School was the winner of the Hillsboro Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Contest. The speech, which must be at least four minutes long but not longer than six minutes, must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience. Pictured, from left, are Duffie, and runners-up Tyler Tomera-Hillier from the Hillsboro Christian Academy, Hannah McIntyre from the Hillsboro Christian Academy and Sarah Wuellner from Fairfield High School.


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Laynee Duffie from Fairfield High School was the winner of the Hillsboro Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Contest. The speech, which must be at least four minutes long but not longer than six minutes, must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience. Pictured, from left, are Duffie, and runners-up Tyler Tomera-Hillier from the Hillsboro Christian Academy, Hannah McIntyre from the Hillsboro Christian Academy and Sarah Wuellner from Fairfield High School.

Laynee Duffie from Fairfield High School was the winner of the Hillsboro Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Contest. The speech, which must be at least four minutes long but not longer than six minutes, must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience. Pictured, from left, are Duffie, and runners-up Tyler Tomera-Hillier from the Hillsboro Christian Academy, Hannah McIntyre from the Hillsboro Christian Academy and Sarah Wuellner from Fairfield High School.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/03/web1_For-Way-Speech-pic.jpegLaynee Duffie from Fairfield High School was the winner of the Hillsboro Rotary Club Four-Way Speech Contest. The speech, which must be at least four minutes long but not longer than six minutes, must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience. Pictured, from left, are Duffie, and runners-up Tyler Tomera-Hillier from the Hillsboro Christian Academy, Hannah McIntyre from the Hillsboro Christian Academy and Sarah Wuellner from Fairfield High School. Sharon Hughes | The Times-Gazette