February 1, 2017

Inbox [Feb. 1]: Video contest seeks student entries, Assumption study abroad program among nation’s best, Briarwood announces new exhibit, Big Brothers Big Sisters to honor Beaton

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"Reflection" by Eugene McCarthy

Courtesy of The Gallery at Briarwood

"Reflection" by Eugene McCarthy

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Entries open for student video contest

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is sponsoring a video contest for high school students. Entries for “Making Democracy Work in My Community” run today-March 31.

Videos can be no more than two minutes long. Entrants may use a video camera, computer, smartphone or tablet to produce videos, which can be animated or live action. No professional assistance is allowed, although adults may provide verbal guidance and appear as actors.

The contest is free to enter. Prizes are $500 for first place, $250 for second place and $100 for third place.

Winners will receive their prizes at an award ceremony at the State House.

Read the entire story, read the rules and submit videos on the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts website

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