An Oratorical Speech Contest

    The American Legion has numerous wonderful programs, "An Oratorical Speech Contest" is one program to promote citizenship and teach about the US Constitution. To compete in this program, a High School aged (and enrolled) student is expected to write and deliver an 8 to 10 minute speech on the United States Constitution and the responsibilities of citizenship. Just as these well spoken youth emphasize duties and responsibilities of the citizen, I realize there are duties and responsibilities expected of our American Legion Members.

    Department of Wyoming
    Donald L. York, Chairman
    Department of Wyoming Oratorical Contest
    Date: TBD
    Place: Converse County Library, 300 Walnut Street
    Douglas, Wyoming

    Notes from Oratorical Chairman:
    Oratorical Information:
    The Oratorical Contest:Oratorical Information

    Oratorical Scholarship Contest: The American Legion National web page.
       (This year the "RULEs Brochure" will not be available in print)
    General information available at: The American Legion Oratorical
    Oratorical Rules information at: Oratorical Rules
    Oratorical Assigned topics: Oratorical Topics
    Oratorical Rules Book: Oratorical Rules Book

    Post Oratorical Contest Information
    Post Oratorical Contests

    Department of Wyoming Oratorical Awards Information:
    Oratorical Awards
    Oratorical Entry Forms (pdf)
    Oratorical Entry Forms (doc)

    For additional information contact:
    Oratorical Chairman
    Donald L. York
    739 East Antelope Road
    Douglas, Wyoming 82633