Thirteenth Annual Senior Writing Contest
At the Senior Awards Assembly, on May 24th, Bob Kevane ‘62 announced the winners of the Senior Writing Contest, “The Saints Experience And What It Means To Me.” Three essays were chosen from the one hundred and three seniors who participated in the thirteenth annual alumni sponsored affair of honor.
Saints seniors were requested to select one of two prompts. Using their experience and education they were asked to interpret and explain a quote from St. Augustine, “God has promised forgiveness to your repentance but He has not promised tomorrow to your procrastination.” The second choice was to share the significance and meaning of their single most memorable St. Augustine experience.
A panel of ten alumni judges selected the work of Charles X. Madruga as the best for 2013. As the first place winner he received a check for $500.00. For only the second time in the history of the contest there was a tie in the balloting. Second place checks of $250.00 were awarded to Patrick Dixon and Ryan Merrill.
Click Here to read Charles Madruga’s essay.
The alumni association would like to thank the panel of judges for their time and efforts in this difficult and demanding process. The judges are: Bill Whittaker ’46, John Bowman ’74, Bob Kevane ’62, David Gonzalez ’67, Dan Summers ’68, Dave DeCelles ’70, Dr. Joe Cave ’72, Jason Santos ’94, Joe Morstad ’98 and Andy Richardson ’98.