Up for debate


Two local debaters participated in the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA)’s annual national tournament in June. Honor Persing of Martinsville and Julianne Kidd of Waynesville competed against over 60 of the top-ranked debate teams in the nation in Saint Paul, Minn. They had earned this privilege as a result of winning the local March Mixer tournament held at Mt. St. Joseph University. NCFCA is a Christian homeschool speech and debate league with ten regions and thousands of high-school aged competitors. The local NCFCA club, SWORD, meets weekly in the Mason area.

Two local debaters participated in the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA)’s annual national tournament in June. Honor Persing of Martinsville and Julianne Kidd of Waynesville competed against over 60 of the top-ranked debate teams in the nation in Saint Paul, Minn. They had earned this privilege as a result of winning the local March Mixer tournament held at Mt. St. Joseph University. NCFCA is a Christian homeschool speech and debate league with ten regions and thousands of high-school aged competitors. The local NCFCA club, SWORD, meets weekly in the Mason area.


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Two local debaters participated in the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA)’s annual national tournament in June. Honor Persing of Martinsville and Julianne Kidd of Waynesville competed against over 60 of the top-ranked debate teams in the nation in Saint Paul, Minn. They had earned this privilege as a result of winning the local March Mixer tournament held at Mt. St. Joseph University. NCFCA is a Christian homeschool speech and debate league with ten regions and thousands of high-school aged competitors. The local NCFCA club, SWORD, meets weekly in the Mason area.

Two local debaters participated in the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA)’s annual national tournament in June. Honor Persing of Martinsville and Julianne Kidd of Waynesville competed against over 60 of the top-ranked debate teams in the nation in Saint Paul, Minn. They had earned this privilege as a result of winning the local March Mixer tournament held at Mt. St. Joseph University. NCFCA is a Christian homeschool speech and debate league with ten regions and thousands of high-school aged competitors. The local NCFCA club, SWORD, meets weekly in the Mason area.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_Honor-and-Julianne-at-Nationals.jpgTwo local debaters participated in the National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA)’s annual national tournament in June. Honor Persing of Martinsville and Julianne Kidd of Waynesville competed against over 60 of the top-ranked debate teams in the nation in Saint Paul, Minn. They had earned this privilege as a result of winning the local March Mixer tournament held at Mt. St. Joseph University. NCFCA is a Christian homeschool speech and debate league with ten regions and thousands of high-school aged competitors. The local NCFCA club, SWORD, meets weekly in the Mason area. Courtesy photo