Right to Life of Michigan annual high school oratory contest
Right to Life of Michigan's annual high school oratory contests are open to all prolife high school students in Michigan. Contestants will give a 5-7 minute speech on one of several prolife topics. Contests are sponsored by Right to Life of Michigan affiliates across the state. Winners of the local affiliate contests will compete in the statewide annual High School Oratory Contest in the Lansing area in May, and the winner of the state competition will win a trip to compete in the National Right to Life Oratory Contest in June or July.
The 2017 Contest will be held in Holt on Saturday, May 6. If you are a student interested in competing, please contact your local RLM affiliate or field representative. If you don't know how to contact your local affiliate or the nearest affiliate sponsoring a contest, please contact State Oratory Coordinator Natalie Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 affiliate contests:
The 27th Annual High School Oratory Contest was held on Saturday, May 14 at Community Faith Church in Holt.
First place went to Maria Tizedes of Downriver Area Right to Life of Michigan affiliates. She is a home-schooled senior from Temperance. Her speech focused on being prolife and pro-woman. She highlighted that women are strong and don’t have to choose between a career and a child or any other situation. Maria represented Michigan in the National Right to Life Jane B. Thompson Oratory Contest on Saturday, July 9 in Washington D.C.
Second place went to Eva Solak of Gaylord Right to Life.
Third place went to Kaylee Tegethoff of Holland Right to Life.
Oratory Contest Information