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April 26, 2014

Megan Do named first place in Laws of Life Essay Contest

ORANGE — St. Mary Catholic School participated in the 3rd Annual Better Business Bureau Laws of Life Essay Contest Awards Banquet. Megan Do, center, a 7th Grade student at St. Mary Catholic School was chosen as one of the 15 finalist out of 4,576 participating students. At the banquet, the 15 finalist were also awarded individual grade award and then an overall 3rd, 2nd and 1st place awards.  Do was awarded the 1st place winner overall 15th finalist. Do received $200 and many other prizes. Her English teacher, JoAnn Sparacino, right, was also awarded $100 and other prizes. Do read her essay in front of the entire banquet participants. Also pictured is St. Mary Catholic School Principal Donna Darby.

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