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  • Miami kids compete in Scripps National Spelling Bee

    The Scripps National Spelling Bee is back this week and 13-year-old Vasundara Govindarajan of Miami and 11-year-old Simone Kaplan of Davie were among those who competed.

The Scripps National Spelling Bee is back this week and 13-year-old Vasundara Govindarajan of Miami and 11-year-old Simone Kaplan of Davie were among those who competed. Yarilet Perez Medill News Service
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is back this week and 13-year-old Vasundara Govindarajan of Miami and 11-year-old Simone Kaplan of Davie were among those who competed. Yarilet Perez Medill News Service

The spelling bee is on ESPN. And you can bet on words and winners

June 01, 2017 10:03 AM