Central High senior wins oration contest
Posted on 03/26/2019
Charles Dammann, chairman of the TNSSAR’s Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest, presents the winning medal and check to Zenna R. Whayeb, a senior at Central High.Zenna R. Whayeb, a senior at Central High School, was selected as the Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution (TNSSAR) winner of the Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest at the 129th TNSSAR Annual Conference in Murfreesboro, TN on Saturday, March 23. Whayeb represented the John Sevier Chapter in the contest and plans to attend the University of Michigan this fall.

Whayeb was awarded the Rumbaugh Oration medal and a check for $1,000.00 by Charles Dammann, chairman for the TNSSAR's Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest. She will represent Tennessee at the National Sons of the American Revolution Congress and compete for the $5,000.00 first place prize award.

Additional information on the Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest can be found on the John Sevier Chapter’s website at https://johnsevierchapter.org/educational-programs


Photo: Charles Dammann, chairman of the TNSSAR’s Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest, presents the winning medal and check to Zenna R. Whayeb, a senior at Central High.