3rd Annual There Ought to be a Law Essay Contest

State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the winner of his third annual ''There Ought to be a Law'' essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. The winning essay came from Anecea Smith, who attends Penn Valley Elementary. She is pictured here with Rep. Briggs and Lower Merion School Board member Virginia Pollard.

State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the winner of his third annual ""There Ought to be a Law"" essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. The winning essay came from Anecea Smith, who attends Penn Valley Elementary. She is pictured here with Rep. Briggs and Lower Merion School Board member Virginia Pollard.



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State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the winner of his third annual ""There Ought to be a Law"" essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. The winning essay came from Anecea Smith, who attends Penn Valley Elementary. She is pictured here with Rep. Briggs and Lower Merion School Board member Virginia Pollard.

State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the Lower Merion Area School District winner and finalists of his third annual 'There Ought to be a Law' essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. Rep. Briggs presented each student with a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation for achievement.

State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the Lower Merion Area School District winner and finalists of his third annual "There Ought to be a Law" essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. Rep. Briggs presented each student with a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation for achievement.



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State Rep. Tim Briggs congratulates the Lower Merion Area School District winner and finalists of his third annual "There Ought to be a Law" essay contest for fifth-grade students. This year students were invited to imagine a law that would make their school, community or state a better place. Rep. Briggs presented each student with a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation for achievement.

State Rep. Tim Briggs presented House of Representatives citations to the Upper Merion Area Middle School finalists of his 3rd annual ‘There Ought to be a Law’ essay contest for fifth-grade students. Receiving their awards at the April 2012 Upper Merion School Board meeting were (pictured in no order) Maddie Harvey, Emily McKiernan, Kaleigh Myers and Brenna O’Donnell. Superintendent Dr. Melissa Jamula, Assistant Principal Dr. Karen Geller and School Board Member Dennis Morello, M.B.A.,Esq. also are pictured. Upper Merion student finalists Maria Locke and Caitlin Cifaldi could not attend the meeting and will receive their citations at a later board meeting.

State Rep. Tim Briggs presented House of Representatives citations to the Upper Merion Area Middle School finalists of his 3rd annual ‘There Ought to be a Law’ essay contest for fifth-grade students. Receiving their awards at the April 2012 Upper Merion School Board meeting were (pictured in no order) Maddie Harvey, Emily McKiernan, Kaleigh Myers and Brenna O’Donnell. Superintendent Dr. Melissa Jamula, Assistant Principal Dr. Karen Geller and School Board Member Dennis Morello, M.B.A.,Esq. also are pictured. Upper Merion student finalists Maria Locke and Caitlin Cifaldi could not attend the meeting and will receive their citations at a later board meeting.



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State Rep. Tim Briggs presented House of Representatives citations to the Upper Merion Area Middle School finalists of his 3rd annual ‘There Ought to be a Law’ essay contest for fifth-grade students. Receiving their awards at the April 2012 Upper Merion School Board meeting were (pictured in no order) Maddie Harvey, Emily McKiernan, Kaleigh Myers and Brenna O’Donnell. Superintendent Dr. Melissa Jamula, Assistant Principal Dr. Karen Geller and School Board Member Dennis Morello, M.B.A.,Esq. also are pictured. Upper Merion student finalists Maria Locke and Caitlin Cifaldi could not attend the meeting and will receive their citations at a later board meeting.

Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with fifth-graders from Penn Valley Elementary School about his third annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with fifth-graders from Penn Valley Elementary School about his third annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.



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Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with fifth-graders from Penn Valley Elementary School about his third annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with the 5th grade students from Upper Merion Area Middle School about his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with the 5th grade students from Upper Merion Area Middle School about his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.



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Rep. Tim Briggs speaks with the 5th grade students from Upper Merion Area Middle School about his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs at Penn Valley. He visited schools throughout the 149th legislative district to talk with students about civics, government and his Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs at Penn Valley. He visited schools throughout the 149th legislative district to talk with students about civics, government and his Ought to be a Law essay contest.



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Rep. Briggs at Penn Valley. He visited schools throughout the 149th legislative district to talk with students about civics, government and his Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs stands with students at Gladwyne Elementary after the presentations for his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs stands with students at Gladwyne Elementary after the presentations for his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.



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Rep. Briggs stands with students at Gladwyne Elementary after the presentations for his 3rd annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs talked about his role as state representative with students at Penn Valley. He also took questions from the audience.

Rep. Briggs talked about his role as state representative with students at Penn Valley. He also took questions from the audience.



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Rep. Briggs talked about his role as state representative with students at Penn Valley. He also took questions from the audience.

Rep. Briggs visited students at Gladwyne and discussed his role as state representative in the 149th. He also took questions from the students.

Rep. Briggs visited students at Gladwyne and discussed his role as state representative in the 149th. He also took questions from the students.



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Rep. Briggs visited students at Gladwyne and discussed his role as state representative in the 149th. He also took questions from the students.

Rep. Briggs talks to students at Penn Valley about his There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs talks to students at Penn Valley about his There Ought to be a Law essay contest.



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Rep. Briggs talks to students at Penn Valley about his There Ought to be a Law essay contest.

Rep. Briggs engages students at Penn Valley. As state representative, Briggs enjoys visiting schools and talking with students about civics and government.

Rep. Briggs engages students at Penn Valley. As state representative, Briggs enjoys visiting schools and talking with students about civics and government.



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Rep. Briggs engages students at Penn Valley. As state representative, Briggs enjoys visiting schools and talking with students about civics and government.