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Big Pool student wins speech contest on Constitution

July 06, 2010
  • Jimmy Smyly, 18, of Big Pool, won $76 for having the best student speech at a Hagerstown TEA Party rally Tuesday.
Joe Crocetta, Staff Photographer

About 70 people attended a Hagerstown TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party "Restore the Constitution" rally and student speech contest Tuesday in front of the Washington County Courthouse.

Carl Thayer of Frederick County, Md., sang songs.

Jimmy Smyly, 18, of Big Pool, won $76 for having the best student speech. He spoke about what the Constitution means to him, his future and the country.

The other two contestants were Sharayah Carbaugh of Clear Spring and Kari Snyder of Rohrersville.

Hagerstown TEA Party founder Neil Parrott is running as a Republican for state delegate in Subdistrict 2B.

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