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Abington Students Win Lee’s Essay Contest

Emily Wolff, left, Riley Campbell and Nilah Swan are the winners in this year’s Lee’s Hoagie House essay contest. Also pictured are Lee’s owner Jon Waxman and the “famous” Hoagie Guy. Credit: Ted Taylor
Emily Wolff, left, Riley Campbell and Nilah Swan are the winners in this year’s Lee’s Hoagie House essay contest. Also pictured are Lee’s owner Jon Waxman and the “famous” Hoagie Guy. Credit: Ted Taylor

Lee’s Hoagie House held an essay contest — and all three winners are from Abington. 

Lee’s Hoagie House on Saturday announced the winners of its second annual “What I am thankful for” essay contest.

The contest, which ran from October through Nov. 22, asked students to write a 1-paragraph essay on the topic. It was open to all schools, public and private, in the Abington, Cheltenham, Upper Moreland and Hatboro-Horsham school districts. 

  • Coming in second was Emily Wolff, an Overlook Elementary School student.

Swan won $100 for her school and a $50 family gift certificate to Lee’s. 

There were more than 300 entries in this year’s contest; the essays will be displayed throughout the stores.

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