Four-Way Test Speech Contest
The Four-Way Test
Of the things we think, say or do:
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Four-Way Test Speech Contest Manual
District Four-Way Test Speech Contest Chair Ron Petersen has prepared a Four-Way Test Speech Contest manual in support of the Four-Way Test Speech Contest. The manual contains everything a club needs to get involved. Please read the entire manual to fully understand all aspects.
For questions or more information contact:
Ron Petersen, Rotary District 6110 Four-Way Test Speech Contest Co-Chair (click name to e-mail) (417)359-3417
Jayne Lowe, Rotary District 6110 Four-Way Test Speech Contest Co-Chair (click name to e-mail) (479) 644-6576
District Training Assembly Delegates Were Inspired
By PDG Ron Petersen, Sr.
Demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of Rotary, the Four Way Test Speech Contest teaches the principles of the Four Way Test and assists youth in furthering their education and future with monetary awards. It remains can be one of the most popular programs held at the club and district level. Twenty-Three Rotary Clubs participated this year.
Many Rotary Delegates were amazed by this year’s ‘final-four” and many left the assembly wondering why their own club did not participate.
It didn’t take long for the audience to realize the four were pretty well matched as they entertained and inspired Rotarians at the District Training Assembly on April 14thin Springdale, AR. Priya Thelapurath, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bentonville and a Sophomore at Bentonville West High School, took home top honors and a $1,000 first place prize. Priya is leaning towards studying Law or Genetics.
IN NO CERTAIN ORDER.. THE THREE RUNNERS-UP WERE:
Jeremy Waldman, a Junior at Iola High School, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Iola, KS.
Wiley Battles, a Sophomore at Regent Preparatory School, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Tulsa Sunrise.
Marisa Padilla, a Junior at Cassville High School, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cassville, MO.
Each runner-up received $350. These four finalists earned the honor of competing live during the luncheon at the District Training Assembly by winning at club level and state level.
Congratulations to them and to the sponsoring clubs. Hope to see more clubs participating next year..
2018 Finalists (click name to view video)
Olivia Marie Padilla Rotary Club of Cassville, MO
Ian Cooley Rotary Club of Neosho, MO
Matt Lugibihl Rotary Club of Tulsa Sunrise, Tulsa, OK
Kelsey Powers Rotary Club of Harrison, AR
Nick Van Slooten Bentonville/BV Daybreak
Clara Wicoff Iola, KS
Valeria Perez Cassville, Mo
Debbie Salomon Southside Tulsa, OK
Sean Mason Bartlesville, OK
Nick Van Slooten Bentonville, AR
Meagan Henningsen Muskogee, OK
Haley Welch Southside Tulsa, OK
Dania Rahal Fort Smith, AR
Maggie Wood Bentonville/BV Daybreak
Emily Sheffield Harrison, AR
Sarah Grisham Bartlesville. OK Daybreak
Josh Reyngoudt Springdale, AR
Cheyenne Dodson Siloam Springs, AR
Stevie Newell Pryor, OK
Ashley Stewart Muskogee, OK
Nick Van Slooten Bentonville, AR
Madison Callison Pryor, OK
Lauden Baker Joplin. MO Daybreak
Taylor Kilander Broken Arrow, OK
BerThaddaeus Bailey Tulsa, OK
Janna Allen Fayetteville, AR
Alex Walker Broken Arrow, OK
Claire Harness Harrison, AR
Michelle Forbes Neosho, MO