High School Youth Can Win Up to $1,000 in Second Amendment Essay Contest
The deadline is approaching for a Second Amendment Essay Contest for high school age youth, sponsored by Western Montana Fish and Game. First prize consists of $1,000. Newstalk KGVO posted the following info about the contest pn their website:
President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association Gary Marbut, said the subject matter is the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
“The subject is ‘Why is the right to keep and bear arms relevant today?’,” Marbut said. “The essay contest is open to any high school-age student in Missoula or adjacent counties, including Ravalli, Mineral, Granite and Lake counties, and the deadline is coming up pretty soon, it’s January 31st.”
Other prizes are $750 for second place, $500 for third, $250 for fourth place, and $50 each for fifth through 14th places.
Marbut said the essay must be from 500 to 2,000 words, and all rules for the contest are available online at the organization’s website.
(Feature photo via Newstalk KGVO on YouTube)