RPA Sophomore Wins Best Digital Presentation for “If I Were Mayor” Contest

Redmond Mayor Ed Fitch announced the winners of the 2024 “If I Were Mayor, I Would…” student contest during the April 23 City Council meeting, with RPA sophomore Trinity Wills winning the Digital Presentation Category.

The annual contest provides elementary, middle and high school students the opportunity to explain policies and initiatives they would put in place if they were mayor. 

Redmond students from fourth to twelfth grade are annually encouraged to enter the contest sponsored by the Oregon Mayors Association (OMA). There were a record number of entries this year, and among them, the winners were selected for their thoughtful approaches and ideas of what they would do if they were Redmond’s mayor.

In her presentation, Wills addressed the following issues:

establishing healthy local organic food security and sources, a personal perspective, Redmond teens and family matters and revitalizing community and convenience

She received $100 for her win and her presentation will now move on to consideration at the state level with the possibility of winning $500.  

Wills’ presentation can be viewed here: If I Were Mayor

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