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  • 2020 Dickson County Pro-Life High School Oratory Contest

    • Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 06:30 PM
    • YMCA in Dickson, TN

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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  • Women's Day on the Hill 2020

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    On March 25, hundreds of pro-life women will gather on Capitol Hill in Nashville.  Though representing diverse communities and counties across the state, we will be united with one message: Protect Life!

    Make plans to be a part of the 17th Annual Pro-Life Women’s Day on the Hill as we celebrate Tennessee's Pro-Life values.  Join Tennessee Right to Life as we welcome Rebekah Hagan. Register online today by clicking on the 'Purchase Tickets' link below.

    Please contact Michelle Tassart, michelle@tnrtl.org, for more information on Auction Item Donations, Sponsorship and Table Host Opportunities.


    Meet Rebekah Hagan....

       

     

    Rebekah Hagan is one of today`s youngest speakers on the issues of teenage pregnancy, abortion and abortion pill reversal.

    Rebekah`s role in the pro-life movement was unplanned and fueled, instead, by firsthand experience. She became pregnant at seventeen with her son, Eli, and again with a second child while in her first year of college.

    Feeling ashamed and fearing that she would lose her family`s support and have to drop out of school, Rebekah thought that raising two children alone would be impossible...

    Hear more March 25, 2020 at Tennessee Right to Life's 17th Annual Pro-Life Women's Day on the Hill!

     

     

     

  • The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. Visit Right to Life of Greater Chattanooga's website for contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    Please click here to visit Greater Chattanooga Right to Life's website for more information.

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  • The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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  • 2020 Lawrence County Pro-Life High School Oratory Contest

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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  • 2020 Knox County Pro-Life High School Oratory and Art Contest

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    Visit Tennessee Right to Life - Knox County's website for more information.

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    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virgnina.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. (Information on local contests coming soon!) See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.
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  • 2020 Cheatham County Pro-Life High School Oratory Contest

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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  • 2020 Wilson County Pro-Life High School Oratory Contest

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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  • The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12.

    Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2020 National Right to Life Convention in Herndon, Virginia.  The contest has three phases:

    1. Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules.
    2. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 18 at Saint Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m.
    3. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, June 27 at the Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia in conjunction with the 2020 National Right to Life Convention.

    2020 Contest Application

    2020 Contest Rules

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