Dame Academy’s Ada Ogbonna wins ProMedica Speech Contest
The junior has won three years in a row!
Ada Ogbonna '19 (Sylvania)(Christ the King) won the
ProMedica Flower Hospital Auxiliary speech contest for the
third year in a row. Each year, the Flower Hospital
Auxiliary gives high school students a prompt for writing a
speech around a current health issue.
Ada Ogbonna (r) presented award
This year's prompt was to speak about kids and contact
sports. In 2017, Ada won second place and in 2016, she was
awarded first place for her speech about the effects of
heroin on teenagers and society. As the first place winner,
Ada was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and gave her speech at
the May 23 meeting of the Auxiliary held at the Highland
Meadows Country Club in Sylvania.