Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund 2014 High School Oratory Contest
The 25th Annual Right to Life of Michigan (RLM) Educational Fund High School Oratory Contest will be held at the Southgate Veteran’s Memorial Library, 14680 Dix-Toledo Road, Southgate, on March 1, 2014. Local affiliates sponsoring the contest include Central Wayne County, Dearborn Area, Southern Downriver, and Upper Downriver. Prizes for 1st,2nd, and 3rd places are awarded at the Local ($125 – $75 – $50), State ($500 – $300 – $200), and National ($1,000 – $750 – $500 – $250) levels Students in grades 9-12 interested in participating in the contest can contact the local coordinator, Mrs. Pam Munroe by phone at 734-288-8798 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The entry deadline is February 24.
Topics include: Abortion, Embryonic Stem Cell Research or Cloning, Euthanasia, and Infanticide. Speeches are to be 5 – 7 minutes long. Students are welcome to visit the RLM Resource Center for information M-F, 9 am to 4:30 pm, located at the corner of 20th St. and Eureka in Wyandotte (734-282-6100) and www.rtl.org for research information. Contestants are encouraged to invite family, friends, and teachers to attend the contest and support them. Refreshments and a comfortable setting provide family and friends an opportunity to encourage those participating.
Pastor Levon Yuille is one of the leading black conservative leaders in the country and host of the weekly radio program, “Joshua’s Trail.” He also is the National Director of the National Black Pro-Life Congress (NBPLC), dedicated to educating the community regarding the sanctity of Life and other family values. In his 10 years of broadcast excellence, Yuille has become the leader of a panel that appears weekly on his show, that have come to be known as “The Abolitionist Round Table.”
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: University of Michigan – Dearborn.University Center Building, Conference Room: Kochoff C4901 Evergreen Rd.Dearborn , Michigan 48128
Admission Details: Free
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