Genealogy News Corral, Dec. 31-Jan.4

Genealogy News Corral, Dec. 31-Jan.4

Entries are being accepted through March 22 for the 13th annual Listen to a Life Essay Contest run by the Legacy Project, a big-picture learning project for all ages, and the nonprofit Generations United.The contest, open to young people ages 8 to 18, encourages connections across generations. To...

  • Entries are being accepted through March 22 for the 13th annual Listen to a Life Essay Contest run by the Legacy Project, a big-picture learning project for all ages, and the nonprofit Generations United.

The contest, open to young people ages 8 to 18, encourages connections across generations. To enter, a young person interviews a grandparent or grandfriend 50 years or older, gathering information about the older person’s hopes and goals through their life; how he or she achieved goals and overcame obstacles; or key life experiences. The young person then writes and submit a 300-word essay based on the interview.

The winner will receive a Lenov ThinkCentre computer. Click here for more information, including rules and entry form.

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