112th Precinct Community Council

tolerance essay contest

May 08, 2005

We are pleased to announce the second annual essay contest on Tolerance. We thank Maspeth Federal Savings Bank for co-sponsoring this contest with us and the Civic for our neighborhood youth. Our contest is open to all students who go to school in our community, or who live in our community, or who have parents that work in our community. The contest is for students in grades 4 thru 12. We are thrilled that our Judges have agreed to participate. We thank Chief Pizzuti, Commanding Officer of the NYPD Police Academy, Executive Assistant District Attorney Jessie Sligh, Mr. Ernest Cuoco, Assistant Vice President, Maspeth Federal Savings Bank, Mr. Lewis Harris, Director, Forest Hills Community House. We are thrilled to announce that an additional judge has joined our panel this year, Mr. Mark Weitzman, Director, The Tolerance Center.
TOPIC: We are one New York. We have people living together here from every country in the world.
The title of your essay is ?“We can work it out"
Essays are to be 500 words
*Essays are to be submitted by May 12th .
*Essays may be mailed to the 112th Precinct Community Council at POBOX 750654 Forest Hills, New York 11375 or brought to the 112th Precinct .
There are prizes Particpate!

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