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50 questions for a WikiAnswers.com scholarship

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50 questions for a WikiAnswers.com scholarship? Here are some of the details, broken down for your readers: * The WikiAnswers.com Scholarship Program plans to award twenty scholarships valued at $1,000 each for use by recipients. * This scholarship is for students planning to be enrolled in undergraduate classes during the 2009-2010 academic year. *...
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Homeschool Family Travel Company

Hi! I’m a homeschool mom from Texas and my family has set up a travel company for the purposes of blessing homeschoolers with an annual trip. We’d like to invite all homeschoolers to join us at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida for the fourth annual Ultimate Field Trip with hundreds of other homeschool...
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LEGO World Festival Volunteers Needed

For those near Atalanta GA, if you know of anyone who would like to volunteer, please contact Mischa directly by clicking on her name below. —– We are a little behind the 8 ball getting this invite out this year. We need all types of volunteers! The LEGO part of the Championship event runs...
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More Community Service Resources

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More Communty Service Resources If HEM Takes a Closer Look at Community Resrources has sparked an interest, you might consider exploring a few of these favorite resources from HEM Guide to Resources. The Ultimate Guide to Summer Opportunities for Teens The 2008 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Service Animals A Pocket Manual for Advocates...
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The 2008 Arbor Day National Poster Contest

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The 2008 Arbor Day National Poster Contest is underway. Fifth-graders from throughout the U.S. are invited to share their artwork for this annual event, which is sponsored by Toyota.The 2008 contest theme is, “Trees are Terrific Inside and Out!” To enter the contest students, teachers or parents can visit http://www.arborday.org for specific contest rules...
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Equine Spelling and Knowledge Bee

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Ann Pinsen Belleau Wood, Inc. (973) 383-3662 belleauwoodinc@yahoo.com Belleau Wood, Inc. Announces Equine Spelling and Knowledge Bee Newton, NJ, December 14, 2007 – Belleau Wood, Inc. will be hosting an equine spelling and knowledge bee for children between the ages of 9 and 14 at 1pm on Sunday, March 9th,...
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Its a Mad Libs World!

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Hat tip to Kelly over at HEM-Networking  for sharing this website. Mad libs are word games that create a new story by changing a few selected words in the story. Your children and students will be laughing as they learn a few concepts at the same time. For years, parents, teachers, and homeschoolers have...
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HENKEL CORPORATION DUCK BRAND DUCT TAPE “STUCK AT PROM®” CONTEST 2008

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The rules state that homeschoolers may participate. HOW TO ENTER. Contest participants must enter as a couple (two individuals) (“Entrant” or “Entrant Couple”). Each couple must attend a high school, or home school association, prom held in the spring of 2008, wearing complete attire or accessories made from duct tape (“Duct Tape Prom Attire”)....
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Essay and Poetry Contest- “A Celebration of Young Writers” – Spring 2008

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“A Celebration of Young Writers” – Spring 2008 Join us for another year of a “Celebration of Young Writers.” Creative Communication is pleased to announce our Spring 2008 Essay and Poetry contests . Over $85,000 in prizes and awards will be given to students and schools in geographic regions across the U.S. and Canada....
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Artist to Artist Contest

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The Artist to Artist Contest Submit your self portrait and be entered to win these amazing prizes! Contest runs from 9/1/07-1/4/08. OFFICIAL RULES FOR THE Artist to Artist CONTEST NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT ENHANCE YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO WIN. Open to U.S. Continental residents, ages 6-9 Read all about it here: http://us.penguingroup.com/static/html/enter/enter_artisttoartist.html
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