4th Annual Essay Contest: "Why are Amendments 5 & 14 of the Constitution Important?"
(Note: This should be Contagious and spread to All Schools! Kudos to the Brevard County Schools and to those fine patriots that put their money where their mouths are and stepped up to the plate for America's Youth and for her Freedom!)
December 1, 2003

By Dolores Kane 
Excerpted with permission from the Brevard Insider
Malabar, Florida
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Prizes up to $1000 are offered to Brevard County [Florida] high school students in grades 9 through 12 for the Essay Contest  "Why are Amendments 5 & 14 of the Constitution Important?" 
The contest is sponsored by Citizens for Constitutional Property Rights, in conjunction with Falcon Realty, Kantner Foundation, Property Rights Legal Foundation, S & S Enterprises, Sterling Casino Lines, and Sutherlin Olds-Cadillac-Nissan-Isuzu. 
First prize is $1,000.  Second prize is $500, third place is $250.  There will be three cum laude awards of $50, plus two $100.00 teacher awards.  Awards will be made at a dinner at Patrick Air Force Base Officers Club on February 20, 2004. 
Scheduled due date for the contest is December 5, 2003.  Applications are available through the schools or 453.6154. Tax-deductible donations may be made to CCPR Education Foundation, P.O. Box 540575, Merritt Island, FL 32954.
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