Pictures of three exhibit award winners at Maryland History Day

Riley Mazariegos, a middle school student at Grace Episcopal Day School won an award the award "Excellence in Religious History" for his project about Holacaust survivior Elie Wiesel
Riley Mazariegos, a middle school student at Grace Episcopal Day School won an award the award “Excellence in Religious History” for his project about Holacaust survivior Elie Wiesel
Emily Brown, a student at Middletown High School in Frederick County, earned the award for "Excellence in Woman's History" for her project about WWII spy Virginia Hall

Emily Brown, a student at Middletown High School in Frederick County, earned the award for "Excellence in Woman's History" for her project about WWII spy Virginia Hall

 

Gregory Segal, a student at Walter Johnson High School in Montgomery earned 2nd place in the senior individual exhibits and will be advancing to Nationals.  His project was about Grover Cleaveland.

Gregory Segal, a student at Walter Johnson High School in Montgomery earned 2nd place in the senior individual exhibits and will be advancing to Nationals. His project was about Grover Cleaveland.

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~ by Kyle Dixon on April 26, 2009.

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