Distracted Driving Essay Contest Winners

 

 

On May 9, 2019, Boyd County Farm Bureau held a banquet for the winners of its Distracted Driving Essay Contest.  The contest was designed to help heighten awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.  The contest winner was Hayleigh Buckler.  Halley Collier was runner up. 

Winners from each of the schools include: 

  • Boyd County High School - First place, Kathryn Hemmann
  • Fairview High School - First place, Halley Collier; runner up, Mason Chandler
  • Holy Family High School – First place, Adrianna Pereira; runner up, Mariana Hernandez
  • Paul G Blazer High School – First place, Hayleigh Buckler; runner up Emily McCreary
  • Rose Hill Christian High School – First place, Trey Phelps; runner up, Mason Frazier

 

 

 

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