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Oratory Contest

An annual program of the Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky

Winners of 2017 Oratory Contest: From left, Julia Shipp, first place; Mary Ann Schubert, Contest organizer; Mariah Sedlak, second place.
Winners of 2017 Oratory Contest
From left, Julia Shipp, first place; Mary Ann Schubert, Contest organizer; Mariah Sedlak, second place.

Attention high school juniors and seniors! Be a voice for life and win $1500!

Congratulations to Julia Shipp and Mariah Sedlak, 1st and 2nd place winners in the 2017 Oratory Contest. Both are students at the TOG Homeschool of Elizabethtown, Ky.

The Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky sponsors the annual Teen Oratory Contest and Julia will advance to the National Contest and be eligible to win $1,500.

Contestants research, write and present a 5-7 minute original pro-life speech on Abortion, Infanticide, Euthanasia or Stem Cell Research. The application and information about the 2017 Contest are here, and the rules are here. Students, start thinking about entering the contest in 2018!


Thanks, youth, for your hard work and excellent speeches!