Gilda’s Club awards ‘Write Stuff’ prizes

More than 130 students in grades 6-12 across Kentucky and Southern Indiana shared their perspective of what it’s like to live with cancer – their own or someone close to them – in the “Write Stuff” contest sponsored by Gilda’s Club.

Dawson Barr and Christian Beck, a junior at St. Xavier High School, won second place in the video category with “Dawson’s Story.” Carly Fawcett, a freshman at Assumption High School, placed third in the high school essay category with her essay, “No, It Doesn’t.”

Anna Dissselkamp, a senior at Mercy Academy, won third place in the dimensional art category with a painting.

The second place award is $250 and third place is $125.

Winning entries can be viewed at this link:

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