The VFW Voice of Democracy (VOD) is a long-standing scholarship competition venerable enough to count celebrated journalist Charles Kuralt amongst its winners of the winning Voice of Democracy speech and Patriot's Pen essay.
VFW members regularly provide students with rare insight into the great sacrifices our service members make to maintain freedom for all of us The conference and the essay and photography contest were organized by UT Centre for Ethics in cooperation with Nordic Council of Ministers, Embassy of Norway, Embassy of Sweden, Embassy of Denmark, Embassy of Finland, Ministry of Education and Research.
Hartsville’s VFW Post 4842 recently held an awards ceremony for winners in its Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy essay contests.
King City VFW announces local essay contest winners.. Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 6747 and its Auxiliary hosted a ceremony Jan. 9 to award the local scholarship winners. The 2019-20 Voice of Democracy first-place winner was Karla Vasquez, 11th grader at Soledad High School.
The winner for Columbia Middle school was chosen by members of the Columbia VFW chapter, Glenn T. Cahoon post 10659. This year’s winner is 6 th grader Brody Fleming, with the runner up being 8 th grader Mia Martinez-Garcia. Brody’s essay will be submitted to the VFW north eastern NC district competition.
VFW Program to Assist Former Marines President Ma Meets Senior Officials from the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States VFW Announces 2009-2010 National Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen Essay Contest Winners.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars has announced the local winners of its two annual essay competitions. The first place winners in 2018 will go on to compete in the district competition.
Waynesburg VFW Post 4793 recently recognized three eighth-grade students from Margaret Bell Miller Middle School for their winning entries in a national essay contest.