Claremore third-grader places third at national Braille Challenge

Portrait of young boy

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Oklahoma School for the Blind third-grader Hunter Kelley earned a third place award in the apprentice category at the national Braille Challenge competition held Saturday, June 17, in Los Angeles.

Kelley represented Oklahoma Braille-users in a field that included 1,127 competitors from the U.S. and Canada.

He qualified for the first time to compete at the national level during regional competition held at OSB in March. He earned first place in the apprentice category and was the overall winner in both the freshman and apprentice categories.

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