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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Contest Promo

Air Date: Week of April 23, 1993

Last call for entries to the Living on Earth "Making a Difference" Contest.

Transcript

(Contest theme up and under)

CURWOOD: It's last call for entries to the Living on Earth "Making a Difference" contest! It's your last chance to let us know what you'd do to make a difference for the environment if you were President, by entering the Living on Earth "Making a Difference" contest, in cooperation with Stonyfield Farm Yogurt. Tell us in 500 words or less what you'd do to improve the environment of your community, the country or the planet. Write or record a poem, a rap, an essay or a story. But, hurry! Entries must be postmarked by May 1st. The first 300 entrants receive a Living on Earth/Stonyfield Farm Yogurt "Making a Difference" totebag. First prize for adults is a 10-day trip for two to the rainforest and national parks of Costa Rica, courtesy of Overseas Adventure Travel, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, specializing in ecotourism treks, safaris and rainforest expeditions around the world. Some travel restrictions apply. First prize for kids under 18 is a thousand-dollar savings bond and a gift certificate for a bicycle! For details and entry forms on the Living on Earth "Making a Difference" contest, call Living on Earth at 617-868-7454. That's 617-868-7454. Or write to us at Living on Earth, Box 639, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138. That's Living on Earth, Box 639, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138.

 

 

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