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‘What a Home Means to Me' could win you a bond

The deadline to submit an entry is May 15. The deadline to submit an entry is May 15.
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

The Wilmington Housing Authority is participating in a nationwide contest to see what students think about their home life.

The National poster contest is held to celebrate Housing America. The contest is open to children of all ages through high school who live in housing supported by a NAHRO member Authority.

THE WHA will submit three honorees in each age category to the national competition. National honorees will win a US Savings Bonds for $100 and the grand prize winner will receive a $500 bond.

To enter the contest pick up information at the WHA central or property management offices. The deadline to submit an entry is May 15.

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