Butler Places in State Contest

Walker Butler received notification on May 27 that he had been selected as a state winner by NonDoc.com, the Sustainable Journalism Foundation of Oklahoma, for his essay about the changes the pandemic has brought to his life. He entered his essay in the 11-14 age category. NonDoc.com received 97 essays for the competition, and Walker placed 3rd receiving a $25 gift certificate, a t shirt, and publication notification. His essay has been published and can be read at NonDoc.com by clicking on “The Winners” age group 11- 14. Walker is the son of AJ and Kyleigh Butler and the grandson…

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