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4-Way Test Essay Contest
Sponsored by
WILLISTON ROTARY CLUB & ROTARY DISTRICT 5580
 
 
SCHOLARSHIP PRIZES!
Top Williams Co. Student - $750
4 Runner- Ups - $500/each
Top essay will be entered into District….
1 District Winner - $1,100
6 Regional Winners - $150 Each
 
Open to Students in Final Two Years of High School
TOPICAny topic may be chosen that will utilize the
Rotary 4-Way Test:
 
1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
    3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
                4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
 
The topic may be specific or general; however, the essay must include all four (4) principles of the Four-Way Test and the way these principles relate to the topic presented.
LENGTH: 500-1000 words.
JUDGING CRITERIA:  Judging will be based on utilization and application of the principles of the Four-Way Test, creativity, organization and
language/grammar.
 
For all information and documents please visit www.willistonrotaryclub.org. For questions or to submit your documents please email rotarywilliston@gmail.com
 
 
DEADLINE FOR LOCAL ENTRIES IS: December 16 , 2020.
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