Congratulations to all of the student winners in the essay and visual and performing arts contests. They all received beautiful trophies and awards from the Pasadena MLK Community Coalition, City of Pasadena, elected officials, and a cash gift from the Pasadena Tournament of Roses.The students, guests, and their families were also treated to a delicious barbeque lunch sponsored by Robin’s.
Our elementary division winner for the Essay Contest, 5th grader Kacie Ossmen and Principal Mrs. Esther Salinas! At Eliot Middle School, only winners report to the principals office! We salute you! The beautiful Altadena campus of Eliot Middle School managed and inspired by an inspired staff.
Over 20,000 Pasadena area students have participated in the contest since its debut. During this essay-reading and arts display event, the finalists in the annual MLK essay contest and the visual.The essay contest was created to further engage our youth with Dr. King’s legacy, his vision, and leadership that inspired a nation. The 2019 MLK Essay Contest Theme: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a strong supporter of mentoring others.Essay Contest All Fresno County students in grades 4-12 are eligible and encouraged to compete. Each school site can submit 3 finalists per category for final judging.
MLK Essay and Visual Arts Finalists’ Public Readings, Displays, and Presentations Longfellow Elementary School, 5:30 p.m. 1065 E. Washington Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91104 Description: Come listen to original speeches and enjoy an evening of viewing beautiful artwork and performances paying tribute to Dr. King by the MLK Essay and Visual Arts Contest.Read More
Entries can be submitted to MLK Essay Contest, P.O. Box 301, Steubenville, OH 43952. Questions or the need for additional information regarding the essay contest can be directed to (740) 346-9925. For information concerning the overall MLK local celebration, contact Jim Baber, MLK association president, at Eastern Gateway Community College, (740) 264-5591, ext. 1902.Read More
The Pasadena Martin Luther King Community Coalition is holding its annual MLK Essay and Visual Arts Finalists’ Public Readings and Displays on Tuesday, January 14, 5 to 7 p.m. at Longfellow Elementary School, at 1065 E. Washington Blvd. in Pasadena.Read More
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The MLK Jr. essay contest is for students in grades 2 through 12 and is sponsored by the Division on the Status of African Americans, MLK Day Planning Committee, Iowa Department of Human Rights, Iowa Department of Civil Rights, and the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service.Read More
High school student writes stunning paper to win MLK Jr. essay contest. By. Birmingham Times - January 19, 2017. 1513. 0. SHARE. Facebook. Twitter. Meting Sun, essay contest winner. The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast held at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Complex in Birmingham Alabama Monday January 15, 2017.Read More
The 2014 MLK Peace Walk will take place Jan. 20, beginning at Hope United Methodist Church at 9:30 a.m., followed by a program at the Southfield Pavilion at 11 a.m. For more information about the Community Service Award, call Robert L. Willis Jr. at (248) 690-5059. For more information about the essay contest, call Tonita Cheatham at (313) 505.Read More
Virginia Scott is part of the MLK Commemorative Organization and one of its founding members. Time and time again she’s witnessed winners and past participants go on to make great contributions to society and believe the essay contest will always be an integral part of the community.Read More
Students write with insight, passion in winning essays for MLK Day contest.. Elijah Lykes, whose essay won the 2019 MLK Day essay contest for his age category. (Photo: Courtesy of the Lykes family) Every day I go to school. I do this because I want to learn.Read More