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End World Hunger Writing Competition

The annual End World Hunger essay contest challenges students to explore ways to combat food insecurity on a global or domestic scale. Participants are required to address the issue of food insecurity and propose a viable solution in their essays.
The winners of the End World Hunger Writing Competition, organized by Mrs. Maura Rossi, Mr. Joe Cascio, and Mrs. Kathryn Mulholland, are as follows:
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Lindsey Licatesi '24 - First place (not pictured)
Sophia Lyons '27 - Second place
Olivia Jackson '27 - Third place
Alexa Gennaro '27 - Honorable Mention
Marion Munson '27 - Honorable Mention
These students demonstrated exceptional insight and creativity in their essays, offering valuable perspectives on how to address the pressing issue of food insecurity. Their contributions are a testament to their dedication to making a positive impact in the fight against hunger.
First Place winner Lindsey Licatesi '24 featured in Newsday! Click here for more.