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Students Compete In Public Speaking Event
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Monday, May 01, 2017
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Two Americus-Sumter High Agriculture Education students recently traveled to Moultrie to compete in the FFA’s Area 5 Regional Creed Speaking Leadership Development Event. Jarious Greene (pictured, left) represented ASHS by competing in the Extemporaneous Speaking category. Riley Veal (pictured, right) competed in the Creed Speaking category.

 “This event was a learning experience for me,” said Green. “The extemporaneous speaking competition gave me a better understanding of what speaking is all about. I got a lot out of going.”

 Riley Veal said he was nervous at first, but eventually felt comfortable making his presentation. “At first I felt pressure,” said Veal. “There was an incredible amount of tension in the air. Everyone seemed nervous.”

 ASHS Ag Teacher Mr. Brandon Gross said both students handled themselves very well. “These two young men exhibited verve and composure throughout the competition. I am quite proud of them.”

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