Peter Bittman, a junior at Bishop Brady High School, won the Northeast Rotary District 7870 Four Way Test speech contest on May 4th in Danvers, MA with a compelling speech on "gang violence in El Salvador." Peter had won the local contest sponsored by the Rotary Club of Concord on March 27th where a total of 16 students from Concord's high schools competed. From there, he advanced and won at the District semifinals in Henniker on April 1st, and then went on to take home the top Rotary prize at the Northeast Rotary contest.  

About the Four-Way Test

Students must answer the four questions set forth by Rotary: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? The Rotary Club of Concord has been offering the contest every year to high school students in the community since 2003.

 

About the Rotary Club of Concord, NH

The Club is a fellowship of professional men and women who work together to actively promote the Object of Rotary through Club activities. Guided by The Four-Way Test, Club members strive to promote high ethical standards in their professional and private lives and are involved in the community in providing scholarships and mentoring to youth, support to civic and organizations that help the homeless, the arts, elderly programs, and other causes that improve the quality of life for its citizens. The Rotary Club of Concord NH is a chartered club in District #7870 of Rotary International whose fifty-nine Clubs raise millions each year to benefit their communities.

For more information:www.concordnhrotary.org