24th Annual Poetry Contest
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Announcing the 24th Annual Poetry Contest
Enter and win!
If you were a farmer, what would you grow?
If you were a farmer, what would you know?
Would you get up early?
Would you go to bed late?
Would all that you grow be all that you ate?
Write about A Day in the Life of a Farmer.
Prizes will be awarded by grade/age division. 1st place $60; 2nd place $40; 3rd place $20.
Deadline: Entries must be received on or before March 12, 2018.
E-mail your poem to: email@example.com or mail it to Longmont Dairy, 920 Coffman Street, Longmont, CO 80501. Include your name, grade, school, home address, and phone number.
The contest will be divided by grade divisions: K-2nd Grade, 3-5th Grade, 6-8th Grade, and 9-12th Grade.
• Contestants may enter as many times as they want. Each submission must include contestant’s name, grade, school, home address, and phone number.
• Each winner with have their poems published in the May Mooo News with their name, school, and grade. Poems published on our website will include poet’s first name, school, and grade. All poems that do not win a prize may be posted on our website at our discretion. Poem submissions become the property of Longmont Dairy Farm, Inc. Your entry of a poem gives your consent to the contest rules.