Students Win Essay Contest On Freedom Of Speech

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From Special Reports

Two students from Crossroads Christian Church took the top two spots in a recent state essay award.

Isabella Tai of Sharpsburg took second place and Andrew Bowman of Fayetteville  took first place among eighth-graders in North Georgia for the 2019 Fleet Reserve Association’s Americanism Essay.

This year’s essay theme was, “What Freedom of Speech Means to Me.”

Tai and Bowman attend Crossroads Christian School.  Crossroads’ mission is to help students love God, love learning, and serve others: crossroadschristianga.org.

FRA’s annual contest promotes the spirit of Americanism and patriotism among the country’s youth.  It is open to grades seven through 12, including home schooled students: fra.org/essay.

FRA membership is open to current and former enlisted members of the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard.

Isabella Tai and Andrew Bowman stand in front of the Navy flag at Veterans Park in Tyrone, Ga.

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