1st Place ($250): Jeremy Hoesly, Julia Nelson, and Tea Luehne
Video is here: https://vimeo.com/153822522
2nd Place ($100): Rachel Stone and Katie Weaver
Video is here: https://vimeo.com/153824373
3rd Place ($50): Alyx Kieman
Video is here: https://vimeo.com/153824646
The 1st place video will be shown on the State League's website and offered for viewing at regional high schools, on the UWW campus, and other venues during the 2016 election year. The League, Kiwanis, and judges extend their congratulations to the winners and applaud all the students who participated in the contest. In addition, they offer a special note of thanks to Whitewater High School Civics Teacher Greg Stewart for his enthusiastic support of the project.
CAPTION FOR IMAGE L-R: Alyx Kiernan, Rachel Stone, Katie Weaver, Tea Luehne, Julia Nelson, Jeremy Hoesly, LWV Voter Services Chair Ellen Penwell
Student Video Contest - What Happens Next?
The 1st place winning video is in process of being shared with the State League office for posting on the state league website, http://www.lwvwi.org and the LWVWI YouTube Channel. In the weeks to come, regional high schools and venues on the UW-Whitewater campus will be contacted and offered the video for play. The video will also be played in advance of every League program meeting this year.