The essay contest is named in honor of Zach Taylor, who served as executive director of the Association of Central Oklahoma Government (ACOB) for nearly 30 years. Taylor, who died in 2008, was a leader in FOI Oklahoma and served on the First Amendment Congress planning committee for more than 10 years.
These contest winners will, by being published in local newspapers and the 'Safari Trails' newsletter, become eligible to participate in the Norm Strung Outdoor Writers Association National Youth Essay Contest. Winners of that contest are awarded cash prizes and scholarships. I am very proud of our Oklahoma students. In the 14 years since the inception of this essay contest, Oklahoma essay.
The Oklahoma 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce the 1st Annual Oklahoma 4-H Foundation Dr. Ron and Linda Sholar Essay Contest. Ron and Linda Sholar are sponsoring this annual writing.
A statewide youth outdoor writing contest is giving Oklahoma youth a chance this year to share their outdoor heritage while competing for the chance to win an all-expense-paid outdoor getaway. According to Colin Berg, education supervisor for the Wildlife Department, the essay contest is an ideal way for youth to show their love for the outdoors and, in the process, possibly win a vacation in.
Student Writers, Teachers Can Win Trips in Essay Contests. Want to win a hunting trip for a pronghorn or a ram? Or how about a scholarship to the American Wilderness Leadership School in Wyoming? These are some of the prizes available to Oklahoma students ages 11-17 and to Oklahoma educators in two different creative writing contests sponsored by Oklahoma Station Chapter-Safari Club.
Oklahoma 4-H Foundation Essay Contest The Oklahoma 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce the 1 st Annual Oklahoma 4-H Foundation Dr. Ron and Linda Sholar Essay Contest. Ron and Linda Sholar are sponsoring this annual writing contest for Oklahoma 4-H members age 13 and older as of January 1, 2017. Background - Dr. Ron Sholar spent three decades as a Cooperative Extension Specialist and.
To celebrate National Poetry Month and Oklahoma, the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry conducts an annual Oklahoma Poem Contest, with cash prizes and medals for the winners. Prizes are given out each year at Wonder City Wordfest at Wonder City Coffee, in downtown Locust Grove. This year Wordfest had to be canceled, but the contest continued with many wonderful entries. Congratulations to the.
Eligibility: The contest is open to all Oklahoma 4-H Members age 13 and older as of January 1, 2018. Format and Contents: All essays should be no less than 1,000 words and no more than 1,200 words, typed, and double-spaced, 12 pt font. Make certain to attach the essay entry form to the front of your essay, including signatures from a parent or guardian and your 4-H Educator.