VFW Store - VOD Certificate of Merit, V-1.
Cotopaxi High School senior Hannah Karg won the state-level Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy audio-essay contest. Karg’s essay on this year’s theme, “Why My Vote Matters,” won the Royal Gorge VFW Post No. 4061 competition in October.
TROY — Troy High School senior Heidi Hansbarger captured first place in the Troy post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy Audio Essay Contest. Hansbarger’s essay will move on to compete in the district level competition.
Voice of Democracy audio-essay contest. and incentives awarded through the VFW’s Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition.. Voice of Democracy Program is open to all students.
The Voice of Democracy audio essay competition theme is also “What Makes America Great.” Students are invited to record a 3-5 minute essay on an audio CD or flash drive and submit it to the local VFW post. Audio essays are judged on originality, content, and delivery.
If you are a democracy-loving high school student or a patriotic middle school student, you can win a Youth Scholarship. The Voice of Democracy Competition is a Patriotic Audio Essay Competition offered by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Organization.
Started in 1947, the Voice of Democracy Program is the VFW's premiere, National Audio Essay Scholarship Competition designed to give high school students the opportunity to voice their opinions on their responsibility to our country and to convey their thoughts via the broadcasting media to all America.
Established in 1947, the Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the opportunity to express themselves through a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay.