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Soul of a Wildcat entries due Friday

Autumn Frazier, Hi-Gusher staff

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Do you know what the Soul of a Wildcat looks like? El Dorado High School students want to show you.
The Soul of a Wildcat is a contest for ninth through 11th grade students at El Dorado High School who will showcase their creativity to share what it means to be a Wildcat.
The first place prize is $50, with first runner-up winning $25. The top 30 participants will be allowed to attend a field trip to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, on April 17-18, to visit the “Soul of a Nation” U.S. premier exhibit.
Submission entry deadline is Friday. Judges will come on April 10 to judge the entries.
The contest itself will be held at EHS, although the setup to show the exhibit of entries is undecided at the moment.
For more information or ideas on how to enter, contact one of the teachers on campus helping to organize the event. They are Jennifer Murphy, Brady McDuffie, Sarah McKibben, Sara Howard, Taylon Steele and Greg Oden.

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  1. Dominique Williams on November 30th, 2018 12:45 pm

    The soul of a Wildcat comes from within
    The reason you jump and shout
    through the sound of the jazzband
    El Dorado High is the reason I’m here
    The reason this poem brings some to tears
    For I am black coming from nothing
    Till EHS gave me a chance to prove I’m worthy
    To have the soul of a wildcat
    It gives me a thrill when I see that purple black and white
    Knowing that I represent something wonderful
    That won’t give up the fight
    The soul of a wildcat is something you can’t take
    Its somehting others wish they had
    so they hate
    The soul of a Wildcat

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Soul of a Wildcat entries due Friday