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Congratulations to our 2017 Dream Out Loud winners

May 18, 2017

Eight Kentucky families have each won $1,000 college savings accounts with the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust (KESPT) through the KESPT Dream Out Loud Challenge. The challenge invited students in grades PreK-6 to submit an original poem, drawing, video or essay answering the question, “How will I change the world after college?” Each winner’s school or library also received $500.

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Winning entries:

Ella Bales, Kindergarten, Hodgenville Elementary School, Hodgenville, Ky, who submitted a video:

Video by Ella Bales



Dacy Freeman, Grade 2, Walton-Verona Elementary School, Independence, Ky., who submitted a video:

Video by Dacy Freeman



Drake Lane, Kindergarten, Stanford Elementary School, Stanford, Ky., who submitted a poem:

Poem by Drake Lane



Amaya Lawniczak, Grade 2, McDonald Elementary School, Fort Knox, Ky, who submitted an essay:

Essay by Amaya Lawniczak

Read all of Amaya’s essay



Allison Lennon, Grade 6, Seton Catholic School, Lexington, Ky who submitted a drawing:

Drawing by Allison Lennon



Nicholas Lockett, Grade 3, Slaughter Elementary School, Louisville, Ky, who submitted a video:

Video by Nicholas Lockett



Aaron Munoz, Grade 3, Heath Elementary School, West Paducah, Ky, who submitted an essay:

Essay by Aaron Munoz

Read all of Aaron’s essay



Anna Nimmo, Grade 6, Boyd County Middle School, Ashland, Ky, who submitted an essay:

Essay by Anna Nimmo

Read all of Anna’s essay




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