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Secondary School Students !

Published: Tue 9 May 2000 05:00 PM
Jubilee 2000 (NZ) is planning to produce a CD on world debt. At present they are running a competition for secondary school students to write a song, make a poster (which will be used for the cover), or write a short article to accompany the CD. The competition ends in August.
The main prize for the successful songwriter will be the recording of their song at a professional recording studio, and the presentation of a CD of the song to the songwriter and their school. There are also cash prizes.
For more information contact Jubilee 2000, Box 50-216, Porirua or
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