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LHS National Forensic League Speech and Debate Honor Society To Hold Induction and Recognition Ceremony

May 26, 2014 at 12:39 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Livingston High School will be inducting thirty-two new members into its chapter of the National Forensic League Speech and Debate Honor Society on June 11, at 7:00 p.m., in the Livingston High School auditorium. Current speech and debate team members will also be recognized for advancement. In addition, there will be a special tribute in memory of Mrs. Carol Geers, LPS Gifted and Talented teacher and forensics coach.

The keynote speaker will be Paula Binsol, a 2010 graduate of Livingston High School, a 2007 NCFL Grand National Tournament qualifier, and the 2009-2010 Forensics Team president. Binsol will graduate from Felician College with an undergraduate degree in nursing with a minor in music and has plans to attend medical school.

The new inductees include:
Ruth Albuquerque
Ranvir Raman Bhatia
Benjamin May Brown
Dylan Joseph Camche
Vamshi Krishna Eppanapally
Jared Goldsmith
Jacob Noel Haaker
Jason Hu
Andrew Huang
Natalie Elisabeth Kahn
Vihan Khanna
Steven Michael Koerwer
Morgan Sydney Levy
Jessica Li
Rebecca Lin
Philip Y Peker
Andrew Peng
Divyaansh Raj
Rahul Reddy
Andrea Pearl Rishty
Joshua Rosenfeld
Ilana Sarah Saltzman
Jay Samuel Schaefer
Dev Thakkar
Tej Thakkar
Leo Joe Thottumari
Mallissa Lee Vuong
Jonathan Wei
Kevin Xiang
Catherine Yang
Kerry Zak
Zachary Adam Zymet

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