200 students compete during National History Day at Fort Lewis College

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200 students compete during National History Day at Fort Lewis College

Projects explore theme of conflict and compromise
Jocelyn Feir, 13, left, and Grace Holst, 14, make their presentation on Rosie the Riveter to judges during the regional National History Day competition held Friday at the Student Union at Fort Lewis College. This year’s theme was “Conflict and Compromise in History,” and about 200 students from five schools participated. Jocelyn is the daughter of Kate and Cameron Feir, and Grace is the daughter of Cara-Lyn Lappen and Jon Holst.
Taydn Muñoz, 12, of Miller Middle School makes a presentation on the Navajo Code Talkers on Friday during the regional National History Day competition held at the Student Union at Fort Lewis College. This year’s presentation theme is “Conflict and Compromise in History.” Taydn is the child of Jodie and Darnell Muñoz.

200 students compete during National History Day at Fort Lewis College

Jocelyn Feir, 13, left, and Grace Holst, 14, make their presentation on Rosie the Riveter to judges during the regional National History Day competition held Friday at the Student Union at Fort Lewis College. This year’s theme was “Conflict and Compromise in History,” and about 200 students from five schools participated. Jocelyn is the daughter of Kate and Cameron Feir, and Grace is the daughter of Cara-Lyn Lappen and Jon Holst.
Taydn Muñoz, 12, of Miller Middle School makes a presentation on the Navajo Code Talkers on Friday during the regional National History Day competition held at the Student Union at Fort Lewis College. This year’s presentation theme is “Conflict and Compromise in History.” Taydn is the child of Jodie and Darnell Muñoz.

200 students compete during National History Day at Fort Lewis College

Abigail Albert, 14, of St. Columba School makes a presentation about the “The Crucible” on Friday during the regional National History Day held Friday at the Student Union at Fort Lewis College. This year’s theme is “Conflict and Compromise in History.” Abigail is the daughter of Luke and Jennie Albert.
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