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Browntown fares well in Bible Bowl
Photo provided Winners in the recent Robert Street Bible Bowl include, first row from left, Madelyn Ford, Akadian Harp, Beavan Amankwah, Kristopher Robledo and Mario Vejar. Back row, Cloey Anderson, Halle Cobble, Kennedy Selby and Layne Brown. Cameron Roberson was unavailable for photo.

Browntown Church of Christ was one of nine churches of Christ participating in the 11th annual Fall-Youth Bible Bowl. The competition was held at Robert Street Church of Christ, with 48 youth participating.

Browntown took 14 youth, with three of them earning trophies. The first-place division winner was Cloey Anderson, answering 61 questions correctly. Mario Vejar received second place in the 4 - 5 grade division, answering 60 questions correctly.

Kristopher Robledo, 9, is a student at Morrison Elementary, and earned a second in the 2-3 grade division. He correctly answered 50 questions to earn the recognition. Second-grader Madelyn Ford captured first place with 62 correctly answered questions.

Beavan Amankwah, 6, came in second in the K-1 grade division with 33 correct answers. Akadian Harp took first place with 39 correct answers.

The aim is to encourage young people to make Bible study and church attendance a regular part of their everyday lives. The Bible Bowl is a Bible question and answer competition for students through high school.

The youth were tested over the books of Titus, Philemon and James (KJV).
The competition consisted of three rounds of 25 multiple-choice questions, each with the top two high scores of each grade level receiving trophies. Every participant received a medal.
Other congregations participating included Avondale, McClellan Avenue, Jefferson Avenue, Auburn Hills, West Sparta, Oakwood Street, Cumberland Heights, Lansden and Robert Street.