Program – Speech

Speech

Leduc Community Baptist Church | MAP  Friday April 12th 2019  | 9:00 AM Monica Maddaford | BIO

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Award Group 1

Class 82510 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 6 and under
  1. Parker Stokes
“The Sneeze” by Sheree Fitch Class 82520 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 7 and under
  1. Gracelyn Soch
“Oh, to be…” by Richard Edwards
  1. Georgia de Lange
“Oh, to Be” by Richard Edwards  Class 82530 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 8 and under
  1. Ember Abraham
“Mother Doesn’t Want a Dog” by Judith Viorst, Arr.: Judith Viorst
  1. Michelle Famuyiwa
“No Thank You” by Shel Silverstein

Award Group 1

Class 82580 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 14 and under
  1. Raquel Bensler
“The Village Blacksmith” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Arr.: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  1. Caylie Klooster
“Hey World, Here I Am!” by Jean Little

Award Group 7

Class 83560 == French Poetry Solo – 11 and under
  1. James Klooster
“Chanson pour les enfants l’hiver” by Jacques Prevert

Award Group 8

Class 83910 == Public Speaking Solo – 12 and under
  1. Samuel Gobeil
“The Fall of Rome and How it Relates to Today’s Society” by Samuel Gobeil, Opus: The Fall of Rome and How it Relates to Today’s Society, Arr.: Samuel Gobeil

Award Group 2

Class 82880 == Canadian Poetry Solo – 14 and under
  1. Caylie Klooster
“The Lonely Land” by A.J.M. Smith

~Break~ 10:30 – 10:45 

Award Group 2

Class 82540 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 9 and under
  1. Nicole Ducherer
“Messy Room” by Shel Silverstein, Arr.: Shel Silverstein
  1. Luke Bensler
“The Marrog” by R.C. Scriven
  1. Camryn Muri
“The Naughty Word” by Bill Dodds
  1. Hadley McKay
“Sweet Dreams” by Joyce Armor 5. Lanie Tomkins “Crystal Ball” by Shel Silverstein 6. Shelby Kadatz “Stomach Ache Supreme” by Geraldine Nicholas 7. Kali Stokes “A Mosquito in the Cabin” by Myra Stilborn

Award Group 5

Class 82820 == Canadian Poetry Solo – 7 and under
  1. Katharine Ducherer
“Silverly” by Dennis Lee, Arr.: Dennis Lee Class 82830 == Canadian Poetry Solo – 8 and under
  1. Elena Grace MacLean
“Zeroing In” by Diane Dawber, Arr.: Diane Dawber
  1. Grace Kadatz
“Unicorn” by Anne Corkett, Opus: Unicorn, Arr.: Anne Corkett

~Lunch~ 12:00 – 1:00

Award Group 3

Class 82550 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 10 and under
  1. Leah Danylyshen
“Good Hours” by Robert Frost
  1. Bryanna         Geldart
“Eat it all Elaine” by Kaye Starbird, Opus: Eat it all Elaine, Arr.: Kaye Starbird Class 82560 == Narrative/Dramatic Poetry Solo – 11 and under
  1. Alissa Olson
“Mr Kartoffel” by James Reeves, Opus: Mr Kartoffel, Arr.: James Reeves
  1. Aolani Dookhoo
“Hiccups” by Alison Lohans
  1. Lily Goski
“Snowman” by Shel Silverstein, Opus: Snowman, Arr.: Shel Silverstein

Award Group 6

Class 82860 == Canadian Poetry Solo – 11 and under
  1. James Klooster
“yawn” by Sean O’Huigan

Award Group 3

Class 84550 == Solo Scene – Contemporary – 14 and under
  1. Raquel Bensler
“The Smell of Chalk Dust, the Roar of the Crowd.” by Heather H. Henderson, Arr.: Heather H. Henderson

Award Group 9

Class 85010 == Duologue – 10 and under
  1. Kali Stokes and Parker Stokes
“Storytime” by Judith Nicholls

~Break~ 2:30 – 2:45

Award Group 4

Class 82680 == Lyric Poetry Solo – 8 and under
  1. Leighton Woo
“Forgotten Language” by Shel Silverstein, Opus: Forgotten Language, Arr.: Shel Silverstein Class 82690 == Lyric Poetry Solo – 9 and under
  1. Ruby Fehlauer
“To Eyes Dark Dreaming” by Zilpha Keatley Snyder, Opus: To Eyes Dark Dreaming, Arr.: Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  1. Kali Stokes
“Something Told the Wild Geese” by Rachel Field Class 82700 == Lyric Poetry Solo – 10 and under
  1. Katie Doornbosch
“If Once You Have Slept on an Island” by Rachel Field, Arr.: Rachel Field Class 82710 == Lyric Poetry Solo – 11 and under
  1. James Bensler
“Seal” by William Jay Smith
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