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NATIONAL LAVFW PRESIDENT 2015-2016
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FRANCISCA GUILFORD

THEME: OUR VETERANS NOW AND FOREVER

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DEPT. OF WV LAVFW OFFICERS 2015-2016

LAVFW WV PRESIDENT WANDA HARLESS-HURLEY 2015-2016
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Department President's Theme: My Soldier - My Hero

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VICKI STALNAKER DEPT. SR VICE PRESIDENT

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PAMELA KING-DEPT. JR VICE PRESIDENT

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VICKI HOOVER SANFORD-DEPT. CHAPLAIN

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JOSEPHINE CROUSER-DEPT. CONDUCTRESS

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CRYSTAL WARNER-DEPT. GUARD

THE DYNAMIC DUO & FRIENDS AT STATE CONVENTION
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VFW LADIES AUXILIARY - DEPT. OF WEST VIRGINIA
2015-2016 EMAIL ADDRESS ROSTER:
 
DEPARTMENT OFFICERS - COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION MEMBERS:
 President - Wanda Harless-Hurley
Treasurer - PNP Diana Stout
Secretary - Jeannine Harley
Senior Vice President - Vicki Stone Stalnaker
Junior Vice President - Pamela King
Chaplain - Vicki Hoover Sanford

Conductress - Josephine Crouser
Guard - Crystal Warner

Chief-of-Staff - Joyce Dyer 
Past President - Patsy Young-Greiner
Past President - Grace Matz
Past President - Barbara Robison
Past President - Pamela Corley
Past Nat'l. President - Diana Stout
 
DEPARTMENT OFFICERS - NON COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION MEMBERS:
Natl. Presidents Official Visit. Chairman-Diana Stout
Members-Vicki Stalnaker, Pamela King, Vicki Sanford, Josephine Crouser
& Crystal Warner
Patriotic Instructor - Janet Williams
Historian - Yvonne Crawford

Color Bearer #1 - Wilma Hickman
Color Bearer #2 - Cathy Henrie
Color Bearer #3 - Sharon Cain
Color Bearer #4 - Dorothy Hill
Flag Bearer - Kelly Strickland
Banner Bearer - Sandra Morrison
Asst. Conductress - TBA
Asst. Guard - Brenda Adkins
 
DEPARTMENT PROGRAM CHAIRMEN:
Americanism - Janet Williams
Hospital & VAVS - Mary Bess
Legislative - Pamela King
Membership - Josephine Crouser
Scholarships - Leanne Taylor
Veterans & Family Support - Melody Everitt
Youth Activities - Donna Bodkins 
Youth Camp - Pamela King
Program Chair - Melody Everitt
Auxiliary Presidents Points Chairman - Debra Childers
District Presidents Points Chairman - Rowena Davis
WAYS & MEANS Chairman 2015-2016 - Debra Childers 
WAYS & MEANS Chairman 2016-2017 - Linda Smith
Co-Chairman - Cathy Henrie  

DEPT. MEDIA CoORDINATOR (Online), FACE BOOK ADMIN. ASST. PHOTOGRAPHER & WEBMASTER-Peggy Foster Barker
 
HOSPITAL REPRESENTATIVES:
WV Veterans Home Liaison - Helen Legg
WV Veterans Nursing Facility - Brenda Thompson
Beckley VAVS - Mary Bess
Clarksburg VAVS - Grace Matz
Huntington VAVS - Rebecca Cape
Martinsburg VAVS - Ann Kaye Keyes
 
DISTRICT PRESIDENTS:
District 1 - Marianne Courtney
District 2 - Tina Whytsell
 District 3 - Melody Everitt 
District 4 - Cindy Howe
District 5 - Leanne Taylor

Advisory Committee:
Chairman - Joyce Dyer
Member - Rowena Davis
Member - Diana Stout

Audit Committee:
Chairman - Pamela King
Member - Vicki Sanford
Member - Josephine Crouser 
 
Budget Committee:
Chairman - Diana Stout
Member - Vicki Stalnaker
Member - Pamela King
Member - Vicki Sanford
Member - Josephine Crouser
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National VFW Home for Children Trustee
Yvonne Crawford  bycrawford1937@gmail.com

National Membership Recruiter - Tish VonWald

National Hospital Ambassador - Grace Matz
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NATIONAL VFW AUXILIARY FREEDOM EVENT
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DEPT. PRESIDENT - MADISON AUXILIARY
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DEPT. PRESIDENT'S TESTIMONIAL
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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COMMUNICATIONS AWARDS 2016

CONGRATULATIONS DIGITAL DIVAS & FRIENDS AKA COMMUNICATIONS AWARD WINNERS FOR JANUARY 2016....WAY TO GO-KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!

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NATL. VFW CIC JOHN STROUD VISITS POST 5501
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DISTRICT MEETINGS 2014-15

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DISTRICT 3 MEETING FALL 2014 - POST 2523
(Photo by Jessica Pettit Sisler)

DEPT. CHAPLAIN PAM KING WITH STATE COMMANDER DOUG
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KNOTTS & DISTRICT 3 COMMANDER TRENTON PAULEY.

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ALAVFW WV DISTRICT 8 MEETING OCT. 2014
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DISTRICT 9 MEETING....

DISTRICT 9 MEETING HOSTED BY POST 8516 + PROGRAM INFO & MORE (click here to view PhotoShow)-CREATED BY: Peggy Foster Barker 8516 Webmaster & Face Book Admin.

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LAVFW DISTRICT 9 OFFICERS FOR 2014-2015

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LAVFW OFFICERS-WEIRTON 2014-2015
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VFW Post 2716 Auxiliary . . .
Front: Sherry Hornick, Sr. VP; Gloria Jerrel, President; Anna Vacarro, Jr. VP
Back: Sandy Pawlock, Chaplain; June Ertle, Guard; Shelly Crow, Secretary/Conductress; Dawn Young, Treasurer

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DIGITAL DIVA'S PLUS TWO-STATE CONVENTION COMMUNICATION AWARDS PHOTOSHOW 2012-2013(click here)

COMMUNICATIONS AWARD WINNER...
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WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT 2012-2013 (Photo by Joyce Dyer)

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VFW SCHOLARSHIPS....

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Voice of Democracy

2015 - 16 Theme

"My Vision For America"

Student Entry Deadline: November 1, 2015

Patriotic Audio Essay Competition

Grand Prize: $30,000 Scholarship

WHAT IS THE VOICE OF DEMOCRACY PROGRAM?

Since 1947, the Voice of Democracy has been the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ (VFW’s) premier scholarship program. Each year, almost 40,000 high school students compete for more than $2 million in scholarships and incentives. Students compete by writing and recording an audio essay on an annual patriotic theme. This year’s theme is: My Vision for America.

WHY SHOULD I ENTER?

Prizes and scholarships can be awarded at the Post, District, state and national level. Department (State) winners receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., Feb 27 - March 2, 2016, to tour the city, be honored by the VFW and its Ladies Auxiliary and receive their portion of $152,000 in national awards, the top scholarship being $30,000.

THE RULES

Who can enter?

The Voice of Democracy is open to students in grades 9-12 by the Nov. 1 deadline, who are enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the United States, its territories and possessions; or in an overseas U.S. military/civilian dependent school. Although U.S. citizenship is not required, students must be lawful U.S. permanent residents or have applied for permanent residence (the application for which has not been denied) and intends to become a U.S. citizen at the earliest opportunity allowed by law. Foreign exchange students, students age 20 or over, previous Voice of Democracy first place state winners, GED or Adult Education Students are ineligible.

What do I need to enter?

Record your original 3-5 minute (+ or – 5 seconds max.) essay on an audio CD or a flash drive. One student per CD or flash drive. Preferred format for CD’s is the audio CD format. When burning your CD, make sure that "Create Audio CD" option (or similar) is selected so the program can properly convert your sound file and burn it to CD. After it has finished, be sure to play back your audio CD on a system other than your computer, such as a standard radio or car CD player, to verify that the conversion/burning process was successful. Label the recording, neatly typed essay and attach this completed entry form. Provide these items to your school/group competition or local VFW Post for judging. All recordings must be in your own voice and in English. Hearing/speech impaired students should contact the Voice of Democracy National Office at (816) 968-1117 for special instructions. No music, singing, poetry or sound effects are allowed. The body of the essay must not identify you in any way, although the recording & typed essay should be labeled with your name, to show ownership. You may enter only one Voice of Democracy competition per year. At any time during the contest, additional participant personal information could be requested by the VFW, including but not limited to a head and shoulders photograph, SSN, or biographical information.

Where do I submit my entry?

All entries begin at the local VFW Post level. The only exception is where schools/classes/youth groups have large numbers of students and wish to conduct their own competition, submitting one winner for each 15 students to the local VFW Post competition. Individual students may submit their entry directly to the Post. This VFW Post should be within your local area and within your U.S. state of residence. If a qualified student is attending school overseas, please email kharmer@vfw.org for additional instructions.

2015-16 OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM

VOICE OF DEMOCRACY COMPETITION

MUST BE COMPLETED BY ALL CONTESTANTS

_______________________________________________________________Name: First, M.I., Last

_______________________________________________________________Address

_______________________________________________________________City, State, Zip

( )_____________ _______________________________________

Phone E-mail

____________________________ _________________

Date of Birth (mm/dd/yy) Grade in School

_______________________________________________________________School Name, City, State

_______________________________________________________________Teacher's name and E-mail (if applicable)

__________________________________________ ___________________

First Name You’d Like on a Name Badge Jacket Size

TO BE COMPLETED BY STUDENT’S PARENT/GUARDIAN (required even if student is 18 or over)

_______________________________________________________________Parent/Guardian Signature Date

( ) _____________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian’s Daytime Phone

_______________________________________________________________Parent/Guardian’s E-mail

I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE RULES

(ON OPPOSITE SIDE)

I certify that I am the sole author of the enclosed audio/essay entry and that I have only entered the competition once. I understand that if it is found that I have entered any other Post’s competition or used this essay for another VFW competition, I face elimination from the competition and will return any and all prizes or incentives awarded.

_______________________________________________________________Signature of Student Participant Date

Voice of Democracy

One winner for every 15 entries from each Post advances to District and one District winner advances to the state (Department) competition. State winners are invited to Washington, D.C where their audio essays compete in the finals competition.

WHAT IS THE DEADLINE FOR MY ENTRY?

All entries competing at the Post level must be in the hands of

that VFW Post by midnight, Nov. 1, 2015. It is the responsibility

of the student to meet this deadline by submitting their entry to

the proper location by ensuring it is a participating Post.

If you need help finding a participating VFW Post in your area, call (816) 968-1117, e-mail to kharmer@vfw.org or visit our website at www.vfw.org, selecting the "Find A Post" option.

WHAT ARE THE JUDGING CRITERIA?

Originality is worth 30 points:

Treatment of the theme should show imagination

and human interest.

Content is worth 35 points:

Clearly express your ideas in an organized manner. Fully

develop your theme and use transitions to move smoothly

from one idea to another.

Delivery is worth 35 points:

Speak in a clear and credible manner.

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) has again approved this contest for its National Advisory List of Contests and Activities.

2015 - 16 Theme

"My Vision For America"

Student Entry Deadline: November 1, 2015

OFFICIAL RULES FOR STUDENTS ADVANCING TO NATIONAL LEVEL

If selected as a first-place state winner, I have the consent of my

parent/guardian and school to attend the Voice of Democracy National

Finals in Washington, D.C. Feb 27-March 2, 2016 as a guest of the VFW National Organization.

I understand that state winners who do not attend as stated above will

forfeit all rights to compete in the National Finals and will be replaced by

their state’s second place winner.

In the event my tape is selected for entry into the National Voice of Democracy Competition, I do hereby for myself, for my heirs, executors,

administrators and assignees; waive, release and discharge all rights and

claims which I have or which may hereafter accrue against the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) and/or the several Departments

(state organizations) of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and their respective

officers, agents, successors and assigns from any damages which may be sustained by me in connection with my participation in or association with the VFW Voice of Democracy Competition and/or arising out of my travel to and during the Competition. In the event of sickness, accident or injury in connection with the Competition, I consent to and accept the services of a duly licensed medical, surgical or dental specialist selected on my behalf and for such treatments, as they may deem necessary. I understand that VFW will not be liable for such treatment. I further understand that the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States retains non-exclusive rights to use my tape, essay and likeness in the promotion and execution of the organization’s programs and activities.

TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW POST

I certify that this student is an authorized entry in our VFW Post Level Voice of Democracy Competition.

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Post Commander’s/Chairman’s Signature Post #

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Ladies Auxiliary President’s/Chairman’s Signature (if applicable)

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Post Address

_______________________________________________________________________

City, State, Zip

No. of students participating ___________________________________________

No. of winners advanced to District ____________________________________

Amt. of Post/Aux. scholarship awards $ _________________________________

Amt. of Post/Aux. additional expenses (banquet, pins, etc.) $ ____________

TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW DISTRICT

I certify that the student named in the previous section is the duly selected

winner of the Voice of Democracy Contest District Competition and is our sole entry into the Department finals.

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District Chairman’s Signature Dist. #

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Address

_______________________________________________________________________

City, State, Zip

( ) _______________________ ____________________________________

Phone E-mail

TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN

I certify that the student named in the previous section is the duly selected first-place winner of the Voice of Democracy Department Competition, is our sole entry into the National Judging and will attend the National Finals in Washington, D.C.

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Department Chairman’s Signature

( ) _______________________ ____________________________________

Daytime Phone E-mail

The winner m has been m will be (check one) notified that they are the first-place Department winner on ________. Note: National Headquarters will contact your winner after this date to make travel arrangements for them to be in Washington, D.C.

Veterans of Foreign Wars & Ladies Auxiliary

National Headquarters

Kansas City, Missouri

816.968.1117

E-Mail: kharmer@vfw.org

www.vfw.org

Revised 1/2015

LOCAL VFW POST INFORMATION :

CONTACT:_________________________________________________

PHONE:_______________________BEST TIME TO CALL :__________

ALTERNATE CONTACT: ______________________________________

PHONE:_______________________BEST TIME TO CALL :__________

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Patriot’s Pen

2015 - 16 Theme

"What Freedom Means to Me"

Student Entry Deadline: November 1, 2015

Patriotic Essay Writing Contest

Grand Prize: $5,000 Award

WHAT IS PATRIOTS PEN?

Conducted nationwide, this VFW-sponsored youth essay competition gives students an opportunity to write essays expressing their views on an annual patriotic theme. We invite you to join the more than 120,000 students who participated last year in this contest. The national winners will receive at least $500. The first-place national award is currently $5,000 plus an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the winner and a parent or guardian.

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) has again approved this contest for its National Advisory List of Contests and Activities.

BIG NATIONAL PRIZES

National Awards Total: $50,000

Prizes include the various amounts listed below:

1st: $5,000 7th: $1,750

2nd:$4,000 8-9th: $1,500

3rd: $3,500 10-11th: $1,250

4th: $2,750 12-13th: $1,000

5th: $2,500 14-15th: $750

6th: $2,000 16-54th: $500

The Internal Revenue Service requires that any recipient that receives more than a $599 award should receive a Form 1099 identifying the proceeds as taxable.

HOW DOES THE CONTEST WORK?

All entries begin at the Post level. The only exception is where schools/classes/ youth groups have large numbers of students and wish to conduct their own competition, submitting one winner for each 15 students to the local VFW Post competition. Individual students may submit their entry directly to the Post. This participating Post should be within your local area and within your U.S. state of residence.

The contest consists of four levels. The first level (entry) is sponsored by local VFW Posts. Post winners advance, one for every 15 entries, to the VFW District (regional) level where the one first-place winner is advanced to the VFW Department (state) level. The one first-place winner at the Department level is then advanced into the VFW national competition. The winner from each Department (state) then competes for the national prizes.

WHO CAN ENTER?

Patriot’s Pen is open to 6th-, 7th- and 8th-grade students enrolled by the Nov. 1 deadline in public, private or parochial schools in the U.S., its territories or its possessions. Home-schooled students also are eligible. Although U. S. citizenship is not required, students must be lawful U. S. permanent residents or have applied for permanent residence (the application which has not been denied) and intends to become a U.S. citizen at the earliest opportunity allowed by law. Dependents of U.S. military or civilian personnel in overseas schools can participate too. (Foreign exchange students and former winners that placed in the national finals are excluded from the contest.)

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

• Ask a teacher or youth group/club adult leader to supervise the Patriot’s Pen writing competition.

2015-16 OFFICIAL STUDENT PATRIOT’S PEN COMPETITION ENTRY FORM MUST BE COMPLETED BY ALL CONTESTANTS PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE _________________________________________________________________ Name: First, M.I., Last _________________________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip ( )______________ _________________________________________ Phone E-mail _____________________________ ______________ ________________ Date of Birth (mm/dd/yy) Grade in School Essay Word Count _________________________________________________________________ School Name, City, State _________________________________________________________________ Teacher's name and E-mail (if applicable) _________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian's name phone/email I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE CONTEST RULES _________________________________________________________________ Signature of Student Participant Date TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW POST I certify that this student is an authorized entry in our VFW Post Level Patriot’s Pen Competition. _________________________________________________________________ Post Commander’s/Chairman’s Signature Post # _________________________________________________________________ Ladies Auxiliary President’s/Chairman’s Signature _________________________________________________________________ Post Address City, State, Zip No. of students participating ____ No. of winners advanced to District ____ Amt. of Post/Aux. awards $ _________________________________________ Amt. of Post/Aux. additional expenses (banquet, pins, etc.) $____________ TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW DISTRICT I certify that the student named in the previous section is the duly selected winner of the Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest District Competition and is our sole entry into the Department finals. _________________________________________________________________ District Chairman’s Signature Dist. # _________________________________________________________________ Address City, State, Zip ( )____________________ _________________________________ Phone E-mail TO BE COMPLETED BY THE VFW DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN I certify that the student named in the previous section is the duly selected first-place winner of the Patriot’s Pen Essay Department Competition, and is our sole entry into the National Judging. _________________________________________________________________ Department Chairman’s Signature ( )__________________ ___________________________________ Daytime Phone E-mail The winner m has been m will be (check one) notified that they are the first place Department winner on ________. Note: National Headquarters will contact your winner after this date to notify them of their national placement.

will face elimination from the competition and will be required to return any and all prize money awarded or received. The essay must be a contestant’s original work and a product of the contestant’s own thinking. The approach to the Patriot’s Pen theme should be positive and clearly focused. Poetry is not acceptable. Quotations may be used sparingly if plainly identified wherever used. A contestant’s teacher, counselor or parent may check the essay for punctuation, grammar and/or spelling, but the content must remain the contestant’s. Contestants will be judged on the basis of their essay alone and are not required to present the essay orally. All essays become the property of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The VFW retains non-exclusive rights to use your essay and likeness in the promotion and execution of the organization’s programs and activities.

DEADLINE INFORMATION

To qualify, all entries must be submitted to a sponsoring local VFW Post by midnight November 1, 2015.

Note --

All entries must be submitted to a VFW Post competition. If you have difficulty identifying a sponsoring Post in your area, call the Patriot’s Pen national office at: (816) 968-1117 or e-mail: kharmer@vfw.org. You may also visit our website at www.vfw.org, selecting the "Find A Post" option.

Patriot’s Pen

2015-16 Theme

"What Freedom Means to Me"

Student Entry Deadline: November 1, 2015

• Contact a local VFW Post within your local area within your state and indicate your interest in participating.

• Establish a contact person who is a member of that

VFW Post or its Ladies Auxiliary.

• Make sure that your essay is submitted to the VFW

Post before the contest deadline of Nov. 1, 2015.

HOW AM I JUDGED?

You will be judged on how well you understand,

develop and present the theme. A positive approach

is recommended to express your viewpoint.

Knowledge of the theme is worth 30 points:

You must show a thorough knowledge of the theme

in your work. Demonstrate you have researched the

issue extensively.

Theme development is worth 35 points:

Answer all relevant facts about the theme such as the

who, what, where, when and why. Relate the theme to

your own experiences.

Clarity of ideas is worth 35 points:

Write your essay in an easy-to-understand format.

Leave your reader with a clear understanding of your

explanation of the theme.

WHAT IS THE THEME?

VFW’s Commander-in-Chief annually chooses

the year’s theme. The 2015-16 theme is

What Freedom Means to Me.

WHAT ARE THE RULES?

• Essay length: 300-400 typewritten words.

• You must write your own essay.

• All essays should be typed in English with no color or graphics and cannot be less than 300 words or greater than 400 words in length. (Essays under or over these word amounts will be eliminated.) Every word is counted regardless of length. The essay title (theme) or added footnotes do not contribute to the word count. At any time during the contest additional participant personal information could be requested by the VFW, (i.e. SSN, photo, etc.)

In no way may contestants identify themselves within their essay. Do not put your name on your essay. The entry form is your essay’s cover sheet. Secure the Official Student Entry Form with a staple or other fastener on top of your essay. Contestants are allowed to enter only once (one Post competition). Contestants found in violation of this rule

LOCAL VFW POST INFORMATION

CONTACT:_________________________________________ ___________

PHONE:____________________ BEST TIME TO CALL:_______________

ALTERNATE CONTACT:__________________________________________

PHONE____________________ BEST TIME TO CALL:_______________

Patriot’s Pen Competition

Veterans of Foreign Wars

National Headquarters

& Ladies Auxiliary

Kansas City, Missouri

(816) 968-1117

E-Mail: kharmer@vfw.org

www.vfw.org

Revised 1/2015

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