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So you think you know your Black History? Form a group with your friends (up to 4 per team, 6 teams total) and pit your knowledge against other teams. Call Hackley Public Library at 231-722-7276 or register online to register your team (click on Feb 4 on the calendar at the right, then click on Black History Trivia Contest.)
On February 4, 2017 at 2 pm come to Hackley Public Library to see the contest. Teams will be asked questions on Black History. We'll have prizes for First, Second, and Third place teams, as well as some consolation prizes. Cheer on your friends and family!
John W. and Ruth V. Robinson Essay in the Humanities
Each year the Hackley Public Library sponsors the John W. and Ruth V. Robinson Essay in the Humanities scholarship competition. The Robinson Award is the premiere writing award for high school students in West Michigan.
The Robinson Essay competition is open to all high school juniors and seniors living in Muskegon County in the fields of English, history and government. Teachers submit their students’ best classroom work for this prestigious award.
The Robinson Essay in the Humanities Award was established in 1988 by Dr. Harry W. Robinson in honor of his parents, John and Ruth Robinson . Harry Robinson received a doctorate from Harvard University and their daughter, Maxine, received a masters degree from Michigan State University. Life-long residents of Muskegon, the Robinsons were devoted to family, home and the community, and were firmly committed to the importance of education. Assisting students in their post secondary careers was of great importance to them. Funds for the Robinson Essay in the Humanities award are managed by the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.
The name of the 1st place winner of the Robinson Essay award is inscribed on a plaque that hangs in the Hackley Public Library. The winners are awarded $2,000 for first place, $1,500 for second place, and $1,000 for third place.
In 2015 the judges for the Robinson Awards were Jean Pataky, Robert Heaton, and James Hopper. All three are retired high school and college level teachers of English and writing.
|1st||Hallie Mills||Mona Shores HS|
|2nd||Nicholas Tyler||Mona Shores HS|
|3rd||Althea Muth||Mona Shores HS|
|1st||Jenna Johns||Reeths Puffer HS|
|2nd||Conner Miller||Whitehall HS|
|3rd||Abigail Bryson||Mona Shores HS|
|1st||Danielle Schugars||Reeths Puffer HS|
|2nd||Janelle Uganski||Whitehall HS|
|3rd||Kayleigh Fongers||Mona Shores HS|
|1st||Alyssa Jenkins||Reeths Puffer HS|
|2nd||Serena Gale-Butto||Mona Shores HS|
|3rd||Joshua Recknagel||Mona Shores HS|
|1st||Amber Young||Mona Shores HS|
|2nd||Brigid Kiley||Mona Shores HS|
|3rd||Elizabeth (Ellie) Demarse||Reeths Puffer HS|
|1st||Eric Hester||Mona Shores HS|
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