Americanism Essay Contest. Every fall local school children in grades 5-6 and 7-8 are provided an opportunity to participate in a contest involving writing a 300 word essay on an Elks assigned patriotic topic. Local winners are chosen and awarded savings bonds and their essays are sent on to the District for further competition and awards with the possibility of advancing to the state.
Americanism Brochure and Mini-Brochure Contest Due Dates are as follows: Lodge Submissions 15 Dec 2019. District Submissions 31 Jan 2020. State Submissions 28 Feb 2020. Grand Lodge Submissions 31 Mar 2020. Flag Day. The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks was the first fraternal organization to observe Flag Day. The President of the United.
Since not all Lodge chairman have the same Americanism Essay Chairman as listed, I have asked theDistrict Chairmen to get the correct name and stats, I have asked the District Chairmen to get this information for me, so I can send out packets for the contest. If you could email me this information from your Lodge or telephone me, this will help speed up the search.Americanism Essay Contest Winners 2019-2020. I'm pleased to announce this years Essay's winners and they are as follows: Division 1. 1st place Alexandra Hirst from Old Saybrook and sponsored by Westbrook Lodge (East District). 2nd place Emily Rochniak from Wallingford and sponsored by Wallingford Lodge (Central District). 3rd place Brady Gedutis from Brooklyn and sponsored by Danielson Lodge.Every year, the High Point Elks are proud to participate in an Americanism Essay contest, sponsored by our national organization headquarters. The essay contest is open to all 5th-8th grade children, even if their parents are not Elks members. As Elks, we endeavor to promote pride of citizenship and patriotism among the youth of our great country. More Information. Search our site. Search for.
Eligible participants must be students enrolled in the 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grade at the time of the contest. Essay length is not to exceed 300 words. Essay must be typed or legibly printed in ink. Essay must be submitted as written (or typed) by the entrant. Essay will be submitted for judging to the Elks Lodge by the school. Awards.Read More
Ithaca Elks announces winners of its Americanism Essay Contest. Nora Coch, a sixth grader at Boynton Middle School, took first place in Division 1 of the New York State Elks 2018-19 Americanism.Read More
Elks list Americanism Contest winners. Van Wert Elks news. Van Wert Lodge 1197, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, has announced the winners of the 2012-2013 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Americanism Essay Contest. This fraternal year, the theme for the contest was, “What does the National Anthem Mean to Me?” Students competed in divisions, by age group. The local winners.Read More
The Americanism Essay Contest is an annual nationwide Elks’ program to promote patriotism among young people, geared towards students in grades 5 through 8. Mark Berbower, the Americanism.Read More
Affton Elks present awards for Americanism essay contest. May 30, 2012. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via Email. Print. Representatives of Affton Elks Lodge No. 2635 delivered gift.Read More
SHOW LOW — With over 504 essays submitted from five area schools, judging the winners in the Elks Lodge Americanism contest was a long, involved process. The essay topic was.Read More
Local students Ryan Gee, Alyssa Gibson and Parina Patel are the 2017-18 Elks 509 essay award winners. The essay topic was “Why our Veterans are America’s Heroes. Presenting the students with their award are Elks’ Lodge 509 Exalted Ruler Carl Trunko and Ben Taylor, Americanism Chairperson for the lodge.Read More
Local winners of the 2018-2019 Arkansas State Elks Americanism Essay Contest were recently honored during an awards assembly at Pinkston Middle School. Sixth-grade winners were: Ella Hilvert, who.Read More
Americanism Essay Contest. December 12, 2012 troop59. 2012-2013 Essay Theme: What Does the National Anthem Mean to Me? Eligible participants must be a student enrolled in the fifth, sixth, seventh or eighth grade during the normal 2012-13 school year, preceding June 30, 2013. Deadline: Must be submitted by January 10, 2013. Essay length is not to exceed 250 words. Essay must be typed or.Read More