The American Freedom Essay Contest!

In honor of Constitution Day, The Constitutional Walking Tour wants students to give their views about American freedom. The American Freedom Essay Contest challenges educators to get their students to write a 100-300 word essay on the importance of freedom in their lives. Entries will be judged in Elementary School, Middle School and High School categories with the winner in each category earning a free field trip with The Constitutional Walking Tour for his/her class.

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The sponsor guidelines you are reading are part of a package thatincludes the Rules for Students, Judges' Guidelines, a cover letter, andan Executive Summary brochure that describes the American Freedom EssayContest. Sponsors should become familiar with these items. They areused in developing the program at a school, and accompany theseguidelines. Copies are also available over the Internet or by mail.

The American Freedom Essay Contest.

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4. Just an idea, but I wonder if it would make sense to add a section to the top of TFL (where we list 'Links' | 'Library', etc.) ... perhaps call it Freedom Projects or ????. In essence, a section where RKBA enthusiasts could review existing RKBA-friendly projects and efforts. We could currently list the American Freedom Essay Contest, the billboard program ( ), Citizens of America ( ), etc. Like our 'TUG' meetings in Phoenix, the idea would be to present a slate of projects available to those RKBA supporters that want to go beyond being keyboard warriors. For that matter, we could even list TUG meetings - getting all local RKBA activists together to work on the projects that turn them on - billboards, writing legislation, demonstrations, etc.