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Stories of Our St. Louis Sisters Essay Contest Winners ⋆ Incarnate Word Foundation
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Stories of Our St. Louis Sisters Essay Contest Winners

The fifth annual Stories of Our St Louis Sisters essay contest produced a record number of entries and a record number of winners. The following students were awarded Amazon Gift Cards at a November 14 ceremony at Incarnate Word Academy. The contest is sponsored by the Incarnate Word Foundation and is an attempt to draw attention to the important contributions of women religious to the Archdiocese.

Winners were:

Marian Middle School: Amirra Burks,   St. Stephen Protomartyr:  Ada Laury   St. Agnes School: Megan Barnes,  Incarnate Word Academy: Grace Gettemeier,  Trinity High School: Valerie Manganelli, Christ Prince of Peace School: Kate Underwood,  Cor Jesu Academy: Anna Boatman Lauren Ferrari,  St. Vincent de Paul School Dutzow : Aaron Keene,  Kathryn Isgrigg,  Visitation Academy: Ruth McKee,   Lily Cofer,  Claire Fulton, Emma Masetti,  Izzy DeStefano,  Maggie Mooney, Holy Infant School:  Caitlin Dunne,  Ryan Lensmeyer, Most Sacred Heart School- Eureka: Krista Schuessler,  Samantha Korte,  Samuel Indelicato,  Reid Latall,  St. Theodore School:  Haley  Hunsel, Good Shepherd School:  Lilianna Patterson,   St. Joseph School –Josephville: Laura Wilson, Grace Worth.

Teachers of the students each received Amazon gift cards, and St. Joseph School in Josephville was selected at random as the winner of a special $3,000 grant.