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2012 Youth Activity Contest
Youth are asked to find one or more stamps that are a meaningful symbol of their country. Examples include flags, monuments, and other objects of historical significance. The stamp(s) will be affixed to the page along with an essay of less than 250 words. The written article should explain why the (flag, monument, historical item) is an important symbol for their country. The essays may be handwritten or typed, double space is preferred. The essay must be the original thoughts of the entrant.

Prizes will be awarded by age group: 6 8, 9 11, 12 14, 15 18. Monetary awards of $25, $10, and $5 will be awarded respectively to first, second, and third place winners in each age group. Winners will also receive a philatelic prize. The first 100 entries will receive a free packet of stamps.

Only one entry may be submitted per child. Each entry should include the name of the child, complete mailing address, age as of January 1, 2012, and a brief description of their collecting interest. Entries may be submitted electronically to or by mail to Bob Dyer, 1708 Granada Court, Petaluma, CA 94954. (A photocopy may be sent color preferred.) The entries become the property of the British North America Society and will not be returned. BNAPS reserves the right to publish entries on its website. The contest is open to youth of any country. Deadline for contest entries to be received is May 15, 2012. Direct any questions to Bob Dyer.
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