Blaine shines at regional history day

Published on Thu, Apr 4, 2002
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Blaine shines at regional
history day

Blaine middle school students took top honors in the junior division at the regional History Day competition at Skagit Valley Community College March 16. “History Day is a national contest, where students compete giving presentations as exhibits, performances, documentaries or papers,” said teacher Jack Nighbert. “The purpose is to use primarily original resources and carry through with a museum-like presentation.”

Blaine took three individual and one group prize. The theme of the individual competition, with 29 entries, was Revolution, Reaction and Reform. With their third place finish out of 26 entries in the group category, Stephanie Schmidt and Laurie Hyman will go to the state finals in Ellensberg, May 4..

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