These fellowships promote the study of business media, with McAllister Fellows acting as teachers and advisors for approximately one week on the Medill Magazine Project at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
They have a place in the history books of the black community. A total of local students in grades entered the contest, making the selection of 12 winners a difficult process for the judges. The winners were honored at a ceremony Wednesday night at the club.
Some of the entries came in typed with photographs with them. The kids went out of their way to do a good job. In a motivational speech, Moore encouraged the youths to set goals for themselves and to achieve those goals, said Young.
Ken Brown, program director at the club, served as master of ceremonies.
All 6th grade Certificates of appreciation were given to all entrants. The plaques awarded to the winners were made by Jim Patterson, a volunteer at the club and a son of one of the judges, Helen Patterson.
Young credited Patterson's works and said he made the plaques for all six contests. It's wonderful to see the parents get involved. A Plainfield Township official is asking all residents who have not picked up a recycling container to do so from 9 a.
Saturday at the Municipal Building, Getz Road. Supervisor Jane Mellert, a coordinator of the township recycling program, said every household in the township is eligible for a container, no matter what private hauler they have for their garbage collection. Mellert said she believes some residents may think they cannot have a container because of their choice for a private garbage collector.
While the township has passed mandatory recycling, it has left the choice of a hauler up to the individual residents, but all haulers must offer recycling to their customers. Mellert also reminded residents that all recyclable items are to be co-mingled in the containers. Items to be recycled include plastic, aluminum and tin cans and three colors of glass.
Newspapers are to be tied in bundles and placed next to the containers. Northampton County Judge Alfred Williams and District Justice John Gombosi, both recently retired, will be honored for their years of support to the community at a luncheon sponsored by Hogar Crea at noon on Monday.
Hogar Crea will hold a press conference at the time of the luncheon to announce Crea's Second Crusade of Faith and Hope, which involves a march against drugs, and the goals of the event.
In addition they hope to raise funds to open more centers. Hogar Crea held its first march last year in Allentown and Bethlehem. Tuesday at the school. Participants will include teachers, students, alumni and others.
Some of the game's profits will be given to the American Cancer Society.Expository Essay on Dissociative Identity Disorder and how it relates to Breaking Bad. Formerly known as multiple personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder is a condition where a person has two or more distinct personalities.
Culture editor Brendon Barnes had this to say about Nadia's essay: “Mycology” captivated the editors and me from the first paragraph. And while it was one of the shorter entries in our contest, each paragraph was thoughtfully composed and contributed to our interest in the speaker and their friendship with Jesse.
In , McAllister endowed an essay contest at Cornell's Johnson School of Business to stimulate excellence in writing. In , in honor of his 70th reunion at Cornell, he created a fund to stimulate business marketing activities at the Johnson School. A couple months ago we told you about the establishment of a one-time-only contest for the best creative writing on the subject of president Barack Obama.
Don Williams, the editor of the annual literary magazine New Millennium Writings offered a thousand dollars for the poem, story, or essay that effectively marks "this moment in our still-young millennium.".
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Jesse White Tumblers. Boy Mustangs and the Cheerleaders celebrate with a picture after winning the Championship game. Cheerleaders Pep Rally. Cheerleaders Pep Rally. Cheerleaders Pep Rally. Essence of Fatherhood Essay Contest Winners with Principal McCaskill.
Congratulations to Mr. Perkins and the Girls Basketball Team. SPRINGFIELD — Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White announced that students from Galesburg, Inverness and Wheaton are the winners of the “Letters About Literature” contest.
The national reading and writing contest for students in Illinois is sponsored by the Dollar General.