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Ethnic Heritage Council’s Student Video Contest and Film Festival is seeking entries from King County students in middle school, junior high and high school, and undergraduate students in King County colleges and universities. Participants will select one of the three following topics and express their ideas in a three-minute video. 1: What ethnic heritage means to you- past present future. 2: What you love about your culture. 3: Your concerns and issues in your ethnic community. There will be six cash awards for winners, three first place winners will be awarded $1,000, and three second place winners will be awarded $500. Entry form and contest rules are at www.ethnicheritagecouncil.org. Entry forms are due July 1, 2016. Videos are due September 15, 2016.

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