$1,000 just for sharing your views on something that every one of you need to study on your trail to Eagle? It sounds like a no-brainer to me.
Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
You the Life Scouts and Eagle Scouts of the Boy Scouts of America, in Order to form a more perfect understanding of the U.S. Constitution, establish awareness of our nation’s Founding Documents, and secure some Free Money, do indeed need to enter this Bill of Rights Institute Eagle Scout Competition
OK, so maybe my version of the Preamble doesn’t match the original, but it still contains an important message.
That message: The Bill of Rights Institute, a nonprofit educational organization “whose mission is to educate young people on the ideas of the Constitution and the rights it protects,” has launched its second annual Eagle Scout Competition.
One grand prize winner will score $1,000 for himself and $500 for his unit. Two runners-up get $500 for themselves and $250 for their units.
To enter, Life Scouts and Eagle Scouts between the ages of 14 and 19 must write two short essays based on…
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