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LFCC students can share their dream for prizes

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Lord Fairfax Community College(LFCC) students are encouraged to participate in a virtual “I Have a Dream” speech contest in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 25.

Students, LFCC employees and the public at large are invited to join the Zoom meeting to watch the speeches and vote on the winner.

Those interested in being a contestant should email LFCC campus life and student engagement specialist Chris Lambert by Friday, Jan. 22.

Speeches are to be 3-5  minutes long, and can be about your own dreams for yourself or for those around you.

“The topic shares the name of one of Dr. King’s most well-known speeches, but does not have to cover or mirror the same information,” Lambert said. “Please be creative and tell us about your dream.

Is that dream educational? Political? Is your dream for yourself, your family, the world?

After telling us your dream, share how it might be achieved.”

The first-place winner will receive a $100 Visa gift card, with the runner-up receiving a $50 card.

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