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CHARLOTTE, MI – The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance (MADA) and Eaton Conservation District has announced today that they will be adding a new prize to their Go Green Youth Challenge Creative Writing Contest. In addition to the first, second and third prizes for each age category, there will also be one overall Grand Prize of a Samsung Galaxy Tablet.
The Creative Writing Contest is open to all Michigan K-12th grade students. Public, private, charter and homeschooled students are all eligible to participate. The writing contest will have an environmental theme each year, this year’s theme being “What Do Trees Mean to You?” Students can submit any type of creative writing (i.e. essay, short story, poem, etc.) fewer than 300 words, and remember originality and imagination count!
This contest runs alongside the Go Green Youth Challenge fundraising program, where students raise money to plant trees across Michigan. Both contests have a deadline of April 1, 2013. For full program rules and details, please visit www.miarbordayalliance.com and look under the Go Green Youth Challenge and Creative Writing Contest tabs.
The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance’s Go Green Youth Challenge engages Michigan youth in environmental stewardship, community development and service-learning through a statewide effort to plant trees in Michigan.
MADA is a coalition of organizations and agencies dedicated to the promotion and celebration of Arbor Day throughout Michigan. Our dedication comes from our belief in the importance of trees and their role in community health and well-being. Since 1993, MADA has provided educational programs and services to Michigan communities.
This is the 20th Anniversary of the MADA program. We encourage you to celebrate with us and Go Green in 2013!
MADA is a program of the Eaton Conservation District