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How should I label the recorded Voice of Democracy audio CD?

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Last updated: 11 Jul, 2017
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If you are a student participting in the Voice of Democracy contest, this procedure is the best way to submit your Voice of Democracy entry packet (deadline is Oct 31):
1. Stick a label on the audio CD (or USB) with your name
2. Print your name on the computer-typed essay
3. Put 1 and 2 above with a completed entry form in the labeled envelope and deliver it to your local VFW Post that is participating in Voice of Democracy.

Click here for the Voice of Democracy website, and to download an entry form. 

If you have any questions, please e-mail youthscholarships@vfw.org or call 816-968-1155.

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