Vista Murrieta student wins Rotary Speech Competition

Murrieta speech contest winner, Tae’Lyn Lewis with judges (from left) Terrance Tucker, Bernard Molloy, Dana Conrad, Anthony Conrad and Ron Holliday. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Tae’Lyn Lewis, a senior at Vista Murrieta High School, will represent the Rotary Club of Murrieta when Rotary District 5330 holds the Four-Way Speech Competition on March 2 in Beaumont. Clubs from throughout the two-county district will be competing for cash prizes in that contest.Murrieta Rotary’s Marsha Hall Brown Four-Way Speech Contest was held Wednesday, January 31, at Murrieta Valley Unified School District Headquarters. Tae’Lyn spoke on “Anxiety: The Greatest Plague of the Mind,” reflecting on his own life experiences.Directing the Speech Contest, Rotarian Tom Grimes had five distinguished judges: Murrieta Councilman Ron Holliday, Murrieta Police Department Chief Anthony Conrad, Murrieta Fire Chief Bernard Molloy, Middle School Teacher Dana Conrad and Businessman T
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