South Euclid Lyndhurst School District News Article

Sophomore Takes Second Place at Hillcrest Regional Rotary Club 4 Way Speech Contest

The SEL Schools extends its congratulations to Brush 10th grader, Rachel Imel, on achieving second place at the Hillcrest Regional Rotary Club 4 Way Speech Contest. The purpose of this contest is to encourage youth, Rotarians and the community-at-large to better understand, encourage and foster the principles of Rotary and the object of “Service Above Self.” The speech which contestants are required to deliver for the competition may be on any subject that they can apply the organization’s “Four Way Test.” The speech must reflect clearly the practical application of all four points including, truth, whether or not the speech is fair to all concerned, whether or not it will build goodwill and better friendships and will it be beneficial to all concerned? Rotary International is a global association of more than 1.2 million business and professional leaders in over 200 countries and geographical areas. The club stands behind the mission of providing humanitarian service, promoting ethical standards and helping build good will and peace in the world. The SEL Schools is proud that one of its very own was recognized and placed so strongly in this contest, as it demonstrates great character and achievement. Congratulations Rachel!

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