Overcoming silence: Lone Oak girl finds outlet for voice in national video contest
At home, Sarah Shreve is a typical 9-year-old girl.
She laughs and plays with her sisters, exchanges secrets with her best friend, and dreams of becoming an art teacher.
And when the opportunity presented itself for her to win $10,000 in a national video contest for her elementary school in Lone Oak, Sarah, with the help of her mother, used her passion for art and the outdoors to create a one minute video short that has quickly landed her as a front runner for the grand prize.
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