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Lioness Lions club sponsoring essay contest

Lioness Lions club sponsoring essay contest

The South Carroll Lioness Lions Club and the Lions Clubs of District 22-W are sponsoring the American Heritage, Preservation and Patriotism essay contest, focusing on the America we have inherited. The contest is for students, adults and for Lions and Lioness club members in the Sykesville and Eldersburg communities.

The American Heritage, Preservation and Patriotism essay topics for 2017-2018 are as follows: Elementary grades: "What does liberty mean to me in 21st century America as an elementary school student?"; middle school: "What have you learned about American heritage and its history in the 21st century and how will you pass it on?; high school: "How is America in the 21st century different from America in the previous century and what lessons have been learned?"; Lions and Lionesses: "What impact have Lions and Lionesses made over the past century serving for 100 years?; adult, non-Lion: "How has the view of America and its heritage changed? Yesterday? Today? Tomorrow?"

Those interested in participating should e-mail dechamp@pts-web.com for program rules for participation and compliance guidelines. Completed essays should be mailed by Jan. 22, 2018, to South Carroll Lioness Lions Club, c/o Judy Champ, 1507 Springlake Way N., Sykesville, MD 21784. For more information, contact Judy at 410-795-4180.

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