Renowned Atlanta radio show host and prolific philanthropist Ryan Cameron is hosting the 7th Annual Youth Anti-Violence Contest, which is now open to all students ages 8-19.
The host of the popular “Ryan Cameron Morning Show” is also the founder of the Ryan Cameron Foundation, which is facilitating the contest. He said this is an opportunity for youth to share their artwork, poetry, essays, or 60 second video skits on the topics of bullying or teen safe driving.
This is how the contest works:
- Students in grades 3rd-5th may submit artwork or poetry on the topic of bullying.
- Students in grades 6th-12th may submit poetry, artwork or a :60 sec video skit on DVD representing the topics of teen driver safety or bullying.
- An incentive will be awarded to the teacher and classroom of the winning 3rd-5th grade student.
The contest is open to any student in school, youth group or church. For more information and contest rules, please visit http://www.ryancameron.org .
The deadline for all submissions is Friday, February 20, 2015.
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