Wednesday November 25th, 2015 6:46PM

Sugar Hill announces 75th anniversary Time Capsule Essay Contest

By Staff
SUGAR HILL - The City of Sugar Hill 75th Anniversary Committee is seeking submissions of original essays about "Life in Sugar Hill Today (2014)" and "What I Think Life in Sugar Hill Will Be in 2089." <br /> <br /> The top five winning essays from each category will be placed in the Sugar Hill time capsule which will be buried as part of the City's 2014 75th anniversary celebration. <br /> <br /> The winning writers will receive a certificate, have their entries read and be recognized at the Sugar Hill Time Capsule Ceremony in March. <br /> <br /> The contest is open to all K-12 students in the North Gwinnett and Lanier Cluster schools (elementary, middle, and high school); and to any Sugar Hill resident that is a student in a K-12 private or home school program. <br /> <br /> The deadline for entries is November 2 at 4:00 p.m. Check the City of Sugar Hill web site for the essay rules and an entry form.
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