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Danville Lions Club 74th Annual Student Speakers Contest

Original post made by TOHoward on Jan 12, 2011

Danville Lions Club sponsors the 74th Annual Student Speakers Contest at San Ramon Library, 100 Montgomery St, San Ramon, February 16th at 7:PM. Monte Vista & San Ramon High School students will compete in the contest, give 20 minute speeches on the topic:"ENFORCING OUR BORDERS; STATE vs.FEDERAL RIGHTS"

15 District winners receive a total scholarship of $4,500 each; 4 Area winners recieve a total scholarship of $11,000 each; 1 Final winner receives a total scholarship of $21,000. Additional cash awarded to region, zone & club winners.

All are welcome & encouraged to attend this event February 16, we start at 7:PM, come early as not to interupt the speakers.

Contact: Truman Howard 925-787-2565


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