Wed, Dec 30, 2009
The Straits Times
Essay writing contest

THE Centre for Enabled Living is holding a writing contest for first-year junior college students.

Writers may submit an 800-word essay on the topic:

'My Role in Enabling Persons with Disabilities and the Aged to Lead Independent and Dignified Lives'.

Students should submit their essays to their respective school's English department by Jan 14.

Writers of the top three entries will be awarded $1,000 worth of book vouchers and a trophy. Results will be announced in February.

Schools have until Jan 19 to submit their top entries for consideration.

For more information, approach your school's English department.

This article was first published in The Straits Times.



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