Winners of this year’s Soroptimist Spelling Bee, standing from left to right are Mya Callis, Miriam Cobb, Kylie Brandt and Liam McBride. Kneeling in the front, from left to right are second-place winners Chase Wojnowski, Nicky Park, Cade Whitaker and Allison Broadwell. (Photo by Patty Rosand)

Winners of this year’s Soroptimist Spelling Bee, standing from left to right are Mya Callis, Miriam Cobb, Kylie Brandt and Liam McBride. Kneeling in the front, from left to right are second-place winners Chase Wojnowski, Nicky Park, Cade Whitaker and Allison Broadwell. (Photo by Patty Rosand)

Soroptimists name spelling bee winners

PORT ANGELES — Soroptimist International of Port Angeles — Jet Set has announced the winners of it annual Spelling Bee held on March 13 at the Vern Burton Community Center.

The winners are:

• 4th grade: first place, Mya Callis, Olympic Christian school; second place, Chase Wojnowski, Roosevelt Elementary School.

• 5th grade: first place, Miriam Cobb, Franklin Elementary School; second place, Nicky Park, Franklin Elementary School.

• 6th grade: first place, Kylie Brandt, Roosevelt Elementary School; second place, Cade Whitaker, Jefferson Elementary School

• 7th and 8th grade: first place, Liam McBride, Stevens Middle School; second place, Allison Broadwell, Stevens Middle School

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