Forensics Team Member Takes First
DEC. 23, 2005--University of Wisconsin-River Falls senior Adam Helbach, a speech communication major from Brule, Wis., earned 1st place in music interpretation with straight 1/25s from all the final round judges at a forensics tournament held at UW-Stout in December. Helbach also earned 6th place in persuasion and 3rd place in dramatic interpretation.
Kelly Aherns, a junior English major from New Richmond, Wis., competed in informative speaking and oral program. Denise Burce, a freshman agricultural education major from Alma, Wis., competed in informative and persuasive speaking. Brooke Eglinton, a freshman speech communication major from Caledonia, Minn., competed in impromptu, persuasion and music interpretation. Melissa Lutes, a sophomore pre-professional major from Apple Valley, Minn., competed in persuasion and music interpretation.
For more information about UW-RF forensics program contact speech communication instructor and forensics director Kathleen Olsen at Kathleen.email@example.com or 715-425-3925.
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