Senate Journal: Page 698: Tuesday, March 19, 2002
The goal of the program is to provide the next generation of
European leaders a better understanding of the political, social, and
economic institutions in the United States.
CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
for consideration Senate Concurrent Resolution 115.
Senate Concurrent Resolution 115
On motion of Senator Maddox, Senate Concurrent Resolution 115,
a concurrent resolution designating March 2002 as Iowa Women's
History Month, with report of committee recommending passage, was
taken up for consideration.
Senator Maddox moved the adoption of Senate Concurrent
Resolution 115, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.
Senators Maddox and McCoy welcomed ten student winners of the
18th Annual "Write Women Back Into History" Essay Contest
sponsored by the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women, Iowa
Department of Education, and the Iowa State Historical Society.
Approximately 1,500 students participated in the contest statewide in
celebration of Women's History Month.
Sixth and Seventh Grades:
First Place: Brianna Routh of Parkview Middle School in Ankeny.
Second Place: Kathryn M. Skilton of Nashua Elementary.
Third Place: Lauren Davidson of Roosevelt Middle School in Cedar
Eighth and Ninth Grades:
First Place: Robert Martin of Central Academy in Des Moines.
Second Place: Alyssa Hedrick of Wilson Junior High School in
Third Place: Chelsea Combs of Central Academy in Des Moines.
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League of Women Voters of Iowa
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