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Recycling Video Contest for Teens

Crofton parents, do you know about the opportunity your high school students have to display their video talents on local television?  Let me tell you, just in case they failed to mention it.

Video ContestAnne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold announced last week the Rev Up Recycling Video Contest for Anne Arundel County high school students.

“High school students are invited to promote recycling, learn about video production and have fun along the way,” he said. “Many of these students know what they want to show and say but don’t have the equipment to develop their message visually.”

That’s why participants will receive a new video camera and video editing software, compliments of WM Recycle America, Inc., the county’s recycling processing contractor.  Their challenge will be to show why recycling is important for Anne Arundel County, and entries will be judged for originality, creativity, relevance to the theme, accuracy and potential for broad appeal.  Winning videos will be broadcast on local television and posted on www.recyclemoreoften.com.  

For more details, click on Rules and Application Form for Anne Arundel County Recyling Video Contest.  Act quickly, though, because tomorrow, Friday January 30, is the deadline and there’s no time to waste!

If your teen submits a copy of their entry to me, as well, I’ll post it here on “Focus on Crofton” and on ActiveRain, a blogging and social network with over 130,000 members.  Send it to this email address:  [email protected].

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