NWPNH Announces “One Pen Can Change the World” writing contest for grades K-12

February 16th, 2011 by Michael

NWPNH is sponsoring a writing contest for New Hampshire students in grades K-12 with the theme “One Pen Can Change the World.”   Students are asked to write about issues of justice and fairness.


Winners at each grade level will be honored at a ceremony to be held at the PSU Concord graduate center on April 9th, 2014.  For full contest details and an entry form, please see our brochure

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