At our recent State Central Committee Meeting the State TARS extended an invitation to their Constitution Bowl, and asked if you would help promote it in your neighborhood.
TARS Constitution Bowl
To all who love the Constitution of the United States of America!
The Washington County TeenAge Republicans (TARS) wish to invite the high school and middle school students in your school district to participate in a Southern Utah Constitution Bowl on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, to be held at Dixie State University, St. George.
A Constitution Bowl is held to inspire patriotism, encourage the study of the Constitution of the United States of America and reward students for their efforts in studying the historic document.
We anticipate the presence of numerous Federal and State elected officials, and generous scholarship awards.
The “Bowl” is a day long competition between 5 member teams from Southern Utah’s public, private, and home schools. Each team will be given a list of the questions and answers and the rules of the event to study before May 5th. The questions have been formulated by Nathan Caplin, an attorney who specializes in Constitutional Law and teaches History at Dixie State University. All students ages 13 through Seniors are welcome.
Well versed judges will determine the accuracy of the answers to the Constitution questions and will award points to the teams. Each group will also have several opportunities to compete during the day. Interactive workshops on the Bill of Rights will be held throughout the event, by Dixie State University Associate Professor, Travis Seegmiller. Students will be very busy learning and competing.
Please forward this invitation to students in your district. Could you advise us by return e-mail if your students are interested in this exciting experience, and if they are able to attend? We will immediately send complete registration information to the teachers.
Thank you for helping TARS build active, strong, and informed citizens!
Dallen Moody, Chairman
Washington County TeenAge Republicans