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Seventh-graders win essay contest



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Two seventh-grade pupils from St. Justin the Martyr School were the winners of the Citizens Against Pornography's essay contest, 'My Tips on Stopping the Spread of Pornography.' The first-place winner in CAP's annual contest, who received a $75 Patriot Bond and Certificate of Achievement, was Mallory Krugman. The runner-up, who received a $50 bond and certificate of achievement, was Elizabeth Jaeger. The contest was open to seventh- and eighth-graders in the greater south county area. CAP is an interfaith community organization endeavoring to educate and alert the public to the problem and danger of pornography and obscenity. For more information, call Chairman Carl Hendrickson at 892-6451. Pictured, from left, are: Hendrickson, Elizabeth, Principal Judy Talleur, Mallory and Joe Carey, chairman of the 2003 essay contest.

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