From: Ben Lipschutz, State Patriot’s Pen Chairman Subject: 2017-2018 VFW Patriot’s Pen Youth Essay Contest Theme: “America’s Gift to My Generation” Fellow Comrades and Sisters: The Patriot’s Pen is a nationwide youth essay competition that provides students the opportunity to express their views on an annual patriotic theme.
Scholarships: Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen. What an exciting year we have ahead of us! We have four Scholarship contests to promote. The first two being the Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen Contests with the entry deadline to the local VFW Post on Sunday, November 1.It’s time to spread the word to as many people as possible regarding the information for of these both.
The 2017 Patriot’s Pen essay contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars was another success this year. The first-place winner in this seventh-grade contest was Avery F. Second-place went to Bella F. and third-place went to Logan C.
Patriot's Pen Essay Contest. 2016-2017. Patriot's pen gives 6th, 7th and 8th grade students the opportunity to express their opinion on a patriotic theme and improve their writing skills, while they compete for worthwhile awards and prizes.
The VFW enacted the Patriot’s Pen youth essay competition in 1995 to encourage young minds to examine America’s history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, while.
Local Student Wins the PA VFW Statewide Patriot’s Pen Essay ContestThe Department of Pennsylvania Veterans of Foreign Wars celebrated the patriotism of Pennsylvania’s young people recently by announcing the winner of its annual statewide Patriot’s Pen essay contest for junior high students. Student Rory Decker—representing Honesdale VFW Post 531 and District 10 (Wayne and Lackawanna.
The Patriot’s Pen Essay Program is a joint program with the VFW Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of West Virginia. The Auxiliary does not need the permission of a Post to participate in the Patriot’s Pen Essay Program.
This essay contest is open to high school students in grades 9-12. While the Youth Essay and Patriot’s Pen competition requires a written essay, the Voice of Democracy competition requires the submission of an audio essay. This year’s topic was, “My Vision for America”. Olivia is a 10 th grade student at Edmonds-Woodway High School.