The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8971 and Ladies Auxiliary each year host and sponsor an Americanism essay contest for Eunice students. Students from all Eunice elementary, junior high and high schools enter and participate in the contest. First, second and third place winners are awarded for their creativity and originality of the essays and drawings.
Enumclaw VFW Post 1949 awarded scholarships Jan. 23 to the winners of the 2019-20 Voice of Democracy and Patriot Pen essay contests. Each year, the Veterans of Foreign Wars sponsors essay contests open to students in high school and middle school.
At the high school level, Sophia Velocci was the Voice of Democracy first place winner, also placing second in the VFW District 10 contest. Sean Healy was the second place winner and Scott.
VFW District 10 held their yearly essay awards event for students that participated in the “Voice of Democracy” and “Patriot’s Pen” contest.
Congrats again to all of our essay winners. Voice of Democracy Winners - Fall 2017 - Congratulations to our High School Voice of Democracy Winners! 1st place: Maya Hess. 2nd place: Adam Wilson. 3rd place: Angie Gutekunst. Just under 50 high school students competed in the Voice of Democracy speech contest this year.
The VFW will do another essay contest next school year. Lily Earney embraced her teacher, Toni Maples, after being presented with a certificate for winning the VFW Post 4203 Youth Essay competition.
At a ceremony Feb. 8, the Department of Connecticut Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) announced the top winners in the 2019-2020 Voice of Democracy (VOD) District Three essay contest, and Charles Wang, a sophomore at Hall High School in West Hartford, was the third place winner. This year’s theme was “What Makes America Great.
Hartsville’s VFW Post 4842 recently held an awards ceremony for winners in its Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy essay contests. Participating students from grades 6-12 had to write essays on “Why I Honor the American Flag” (grades 6-8) and “Why My Vote Matters” (grades 9-12).
As part of her position, DuBeck is the liaison between the VFW and the school district for the essay contest. That said, she seemed taken by surprise when VFW member Mike McMahon recognized her.
For each contest, the top three place winners at the Sabetha Memorial Post 7285 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars level will receive monetary awards locally and a certificate of recognition, and the first-place winner’s essay will be forwarded to district level for further competition.
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John Lehnert, the Post Commander of VFW Post 2833 in Kenvil, Nancy Bottona, and Don Banta were there to congratulate the students and present them with certificates. This year’s topic for the VFW Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest and the Voice of Democracy Contest was “What Makes America Great”.
Winners were presented with Certificates of Achievement from the VFW, personally engraved Medals and cash awards. The VFW post submitted four essay entries to the District 9 judging competition. Of those, Parham was chosen as the district winner and sent on to state judging. Parham was honored at the VFW District meeting in Cary on Jan. 18.
The VFW Post 1672 and its auxiliary in New Milford recently presented awards to this year’s Patriot Pen Youth Essay Contest winners at Schaghticoke Middle School.
The winners of the VFW Patriot's Pen and Voice of Democracy essay contests were honored in January. The Patriot's Pen contest is open to sixth through eighth grade students. This.
Jennings first presented the awards for the Patriot’s Pen competition. Patriot’s Pen essay writing contest is the VFW’s youth essay competition open to students in grades six through eight. Essays must be between 300 to 400 words and related to the year’s theme. The theme for the 201-2018 contest was “America’s Gift to My Generation.”.
VFW's Voice of Democracy: Essay contest winners announced. 0. Every year hundreds of thousands of students participate in the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy Scholarship.
CONYERS - VFW Post 5290 honored four students who won an essay contest last semester. Students had to write a 300- to 400-word essay for a VFW patriotic essay competition, Patriotic Pen.
Creston VFW announces essay contest winners Dec. 12, 2018 Creston VFW Post 1797 Commander Gary O’Daniels has announced the local winners for the nationally sponsored Voice of Democracy essay contest for students in grades 9-12 and the Patriots Pen essay contest for students in grades 6-8.