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How To Live Life To The Fullest Essay Contest

Red Ribbon Week was born in the 1980s in response to the death of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, a Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agent who was kidnapped and murdered in Mexico in 1985 for his involvement in drug prevention activities.  The program's purpose is to raise awareness and provide education about drug abuse and offer alternative activities for youth.  The City of La Habra  joins other communities across the nation and celebrates Red Ribbon Week during each October.  If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Melissa Rivera at 562-383-4209.  
  For an event flyer, click here.

Celebrate Red Ribbon Art Contest: Pre-K-5th Graders

Students in Pre-K through 5th grade are invited to participate in the City's Red Ribbon poster contest.  This year's theme for the posters is "Your Future Is Key. So Stay Drug Free".  Posters must measure 11x17 inches.  Stop in at the Community Center Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. to pick up a free blank poster for your project!  Completed posters must be turned in to the Community Center by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 19, 2017.  Winners will be announced at the Red Ribbon Breakfast.  For more information, please contact Nicole Panza at 562-383-4211.

Celebrate Red Ribbon Essay Contest: 6th-12th Graders

Students in grades 6 through 12 are invited to participate in the City's Red Ribbon essay contest.  Essays must be one-two pages in length, typed and double-spaced.  The prompt for the essay is: "You only live once, so how are you planning to live life to the fullest?  What are your #goals for the future, and how will being drug free help you achieve them?".  For more information, please contact Nicole Panzaat 562-383-4211.

Community Breakfast

The Red Ribbon Community Breakfast will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017, from 6:30 to 8:00 a.m. at the La Habra Community Center.  The event includes breakfast and a guest speaker, as well as presentation of poster and essay contest awards.  This year's speaker will be La Habra Police Sargent Daniel Barnes.  You may purchase tickets to the breakfast through Thursday, October 19th by contacting Melissa Rivera at 562-383-4209.

Think your school, campus and college town are the coolest in the U.S.?

You could win a $1,000 scholarship by telling rental search firm Abodo in 1,000 words or less — and five pictures — why your school is the_bomb.com.

OK, OK. I know the feeling. The semester just started, and you have to write another essay? But with all that pressure over student loan debt, you totally owe it to your future self to give it a shot.

If you really, really can’t write another dang essay, sift through tons of other scholarships we’ve compiled here. There might be a few with less… academic requirements.

If not, keep reading to find out how to enter to win this $1,000 scholarship before this semester’s Feb. 28 deadline.

How to Enter This College Scholarship Essay Contest

First off, Abodo runs this essay contest twice a year, once for the spring semester and once for the fall. No, you can’t win twice — but your roommate could enter.

Click here to find the scholarship application. You’ll need to describe five things people might not know about your school, campus or town that make it amazing. It could be a really cool professor, that big, awesome tree people are always doing tai chi in front of or a weekly concert in the park.

Make sure to use proper grammar and spelling. The site or your browser could time out, so I suggest writing the essay on your own word processing software, then pasting it in.

Throughout the essay, include links to images of what you’re describing for extra points. You can use Imgur to upload images for free, then copy the URL into the body of the essay.

Oh, and I hope you’re OK with the essay and pics in your application going public, because Abodo owns the right to use them in the future.

And there’s only one winner, which will be chosen after the Feb. 28 deadline, so make those pictures Instagram-worthy and the essay solid.

Alex Mahadevan is a data journalist at The Penny Hoarder. Here are five reasons his alma mater Florida State University rules: Railroad Square, Bullwinkle’s, Lake Ella, Wakulla Springs and football.

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