Encourage them to enter the VFWs Voice of Democracy audioessay competition. Each year, nearly 40, 000 high school students from across the country enter to win a share of the 2. 2 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the VFWs Voice of Democracy audioessay competition.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. is now accepting entries for its Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen youth scholarship competitions. The announcement comes just a week after the VFWs 2018 Legislative Conference concluded in Washington, D. C.where the top students from across the globe were According to the VFW website, each year, nearly 40, 000 high school students from across the country enter to win a share of 2 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the VFWs Voice of Democracy audioessay competition.
This years winner was Robyn Anzulis, sponsored by VFW Post and Auxiliary in Mt. Airy, Maryland. The Patriots Pen essay competition is open to all students in grades six to eight, and the competition asks students to examine the statement, Why I Honor the American Flag.
The firstplace winner will receive a 5, 000 award. Cash prizes will be given at the local level, and winners can compete at state and national levels. Essays must be delivered to the post, 4102 Main Ave.Ashtabula, Ohio, no later than Oct. 31. For more information call. GM students win VFW essay contests Posted on November 16, 2017, in Events, Organizations.
Six General McLane students were recently selected as winners of the 2017 VFW Post 740 Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy Essay Contests. Junior Anna Alberti and senior Brion Zacherl were this years Voice of Democracy Essay Contest winner. Submitted Photo: Gowanda Post 5007 Commander Tom Howard and VFW Auxiliary President Laurie Brewster present the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest award to winner Christian Cook. NEW MILFORD, CT The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1672 in New Milford has announced the winners of their essay contest, and have released the topics for the competition.
PANAMA CITY Regional students can win scholarships and other prizes through a patriotic essay contest, according to a news release. The Veterans of Foreign Wars District 17, which includes Bay, Gulf and Jackson counties, and its auxiliary are taking entries for their annual Voice of Democracy (VOD) and Patriots Pen contests for OLD ORCHARD BEACH The Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Maine District 11 and its Auxiliary presented awards to the district winners of the Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy essay contests at a ceremony and luncheon held at Old Orchard Beach Memorial VFW Post 7997 in May.