How to Write a Salutatorian Speech: 9 Steps (with Pictures)
I have to write a salutation speech for my 8th grade graduation
The ceremony began with a salutation speech offered by Ms. Rowela Aguillon, a graduate of the BS Applied Mathematics program. In her speech, Ms. Aguillon pointed out that grades did not measure a person’s worth or education as much as that person’s ability to bring out the best in others. She urged her fellow graduates to take on the challenge of alleviating the problems of other people. “Let us excel, let us lead, let us serve, and let us not forget to blaze a trail,” said Ms. Aguillon.
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"Christianity" A Salutation Speech from the Nineteenth Century to the Twentieth, New York, Dec. 31, 1900
"During many ages there were witches. The Bible said so. The Bible commanded that they should not be allowed to live. Therefore the Church, after doing its duty in but a lazy and indolent way for 800 years, gathered up its halters, thumbscrews, and firebrands, and set about its holy work in earnest. She worked hard at it night and day during nine centuries and imprisoned, tortured, hanged, and burned whole hordes and armies of witches, and washed the Christian world clean with their foul blood. Then it was discovered that there was no such thing as witches, and never had been. One does not know whether to laugh or to cry."
-- Mark Twain, Bible Teaching and Religious Practice essay, "Europe and Elsewhere", 1923
Scott breathes out slowly, and Stiles is called to the stage to give his salutation speech. Stiles likes to think he’s got the perfect mix of humor and intelligence in his speech, being only .03 points behind Lydia Martin for valedictorian; he knows what a speech needs. As he’s talking, he looks out over the crowd, and when his eyes land on Mr. and Mrs. Argent, there’s a blonde woman sitting next to them with a purely wicked smile on her face, and there’s a bolt of anger that flashes through Stiles when he sees her. He knows, even with having never met her, exactly who she is. May 11th 2010 - The Ghanaian Vice Minister for Local Government and Rural Development is visiting the ISPC at the Faculty of Spatial Planning.
“Akwaaba – Welcome to the TU Dortmund.” These were the welcoming words for the 16-headed delegation from Ghana at the International Spatial Planning Centre (ISPC), Faculty of Spatial Planning, at the 15th of April 2010. The delegation was headed by Hon. Elvis Afriyie Ankra, the Ghanaian vice-minister for local government and rural development. “This is more than just an official visit. Here we feel like a family” were the introductorily words of the salutation speech delivered by the minister.