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VFW Post hosts two essay contests. October 2014. The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 9400 once again hosts its Voices of Democracy essay contest for high school students (grades 9-12). In addition, the group presents a “Patriot Pen” essay contest for middle school students.
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Calling all creative writers! ACP’s students have the exciting opportunity to participate in the Voice of Democracy scholarship program. This competition is hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), a national organization that seeks to fundraise for American veterans and promote patriotism in local communities. Each year, students are encouraged to submit an audio.
Last month, two ninth-grade students from the Richmond Early College High School were recognized for their entries in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Voices of Democracy Essay Contest.
Voices of Democracy, the high school-level essay contest, has been conducted since 1947 and recently added an audio portion which is judged on content and delivery, Post Commander Ken Hanzl said.
Fox partners with Success North Dallas to bring “Voices in Democracy” writing challenge to Village Tech Schools Students. Continuing a longstanding commitment of giving back to the community, Clint David, Dallas office managing partner of the national law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP partnered with Success North Dallas to host the firm’s second annual essay contest themed, “Voices in.
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