Holocaust Writing Contest Winner
Armuchee sophomore takes first place in writing contest
Posted on 03/31/2014
Zelma Cable
Zelma Cable, a sophomore at Armuchee High School, has won first place in the high school writing division of the Georgia Commission of the Holocaust writing contest.  The title of Cable's winning entry is "The Statues of Benches".  The state contest consists of three categories: art, music and writing.  Cable and other state winners will be honored at the annual Days of Remembrance ceremony at the state capitol on Friday, May 2. 

Cable is in the Honors Prep program of study at Armuchee High.  She is active on the Armuchee Academic Decathlon team, the National Honors Society, FBLA, chorus, the Civil Air Patrol, and the Young Marines.  Cable enjoys writing and has an interest in the Holocaust.  Her English teacher at Armuchee High School is Melanie Floyd.