THERE’S ALWAYS HOPE …

Posted July 18, 2011, at 6:18 p.m.
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Anna Ellis (left), a student at Orono Middle School, received the Lawrence Alan Spiegel Outstanding Student of the Year Award on June 20 from Scott Dow, president of the board at the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine in Augusta. The Spiegel Award recognizes students at three grade levels who have produced an exceptional piece of original writing, fiction or non-fiction, or an unusually expressive work of visual or performance art relating to human rights. The award was presented to Anna in recognition of the poem she wrote, “There’s Always Hope: A Jewish Girl’s Journey through a Concentration Camp.” Her poem was submitted by Debra Bishop, seventh-grade language arts and social studies teacher at OMS.
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Anna Ellis (left), a student at Orono Middle School, received the Lawrence Alan Spiegel Outstanding Student of the Year Award on June 20 from Scott Dow, president of the board at the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine in Augusta. The Spiegel Award recognizes students at three grade levels who have produced an exceptional piece of original writing, fiction or non-fiction, or an unusually expressive work of visual or performance art relating to human rights. The award was presented to Anna in recognition of the poem she wrote, “There’s Always Hope: A Jewish Girl’s Journey through a Concentration Camp.” Her poem was submitted by Debra Bishop, seventh-grade language arts and social studies teacher at OMS.

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Anna Ellis (left), a student at Orono Middle School, received the Lawrence Alan Spiegel Outstanding Student of the Year Award on June 20 from Scott Dow, president of the board at the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine in Augusta. The Spiegel Award recognizes students at three grade levels who have produced an exceptional piece of original writing, fiction or nonfiction, or an unusually expressive work of visual or performance art relating to human rights. The award was presented to Anna in recognition of the poem she wrote, “There’s Always Hope: A Jewish Girl’s Journey through a Concentration Camp.” Her poem was submitted by Debra Bishop, seventh-grade language arts and social studies teacher at OMS.

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