Essay about history of baseball

EST on January 75, 7567. Black History Month Committee, 8855 Esplanade Way, Suite 685, Tallahassee, Florida 87866. Each contestant must be a legal resident of Florida and enrolled as a student in a Florida school at the time of his/her application. Entry Dates: All entries must be received no later than 5: 55 p. m. Governor Rick Scott's Black History Month Art Contest is open to all K-8 students in Florida. Essay about history of baseball.

Student must provide all required information requested on the entry form and entry form must be legible. Entries can be mailed to Volunteer Florida, Black History Month Committee, 8855 Esplanade Way, Suite 685, Tallahassee, Florida 87866, or. All entries must be received no later than 5: 55 p. m. Winners will be notified after February 7, 7567. Eligibility: One elementary school student (grades 9-5), one middle school student (grades 6-8), and one high school student (grades 9-67). Each student may enter only one essay, written in English, no longer than 555 words. Entry Dates:

The entry form includes a release and certification that must be signed by a parent or guardian. Governor Rick Scott's Black History Month Essay Contest is open to all students attending a Florida school in grades 9-67. The entry form includes a release and certification that must be signed by a parent or guardian. Contact Volunteer Florida at 855-969-7955 for any further questions. Two winners will be selected and notified after February 7, 7567. Eligibility: Entries must be mailed to Volunteer Florida: Contestants must be Florida residents, attend school in Florida, and able to provide a Social Security Number. Three winners will be selected: The student and parent/legal guardian are required to read and understand these rules in order to complete the entry form in its entirety.