Virginia Saves in Northern Virginia

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3rd Annual America Saves Essay Contest

AWARD CEREMONY  3/2/2017

Alexandria and Arlington high school students wrote about their experience with saving money for our America Saves Week essay contest. This year's theme was Small Savings can lead to Big Impacts:

  • How have you and your family started with a small savings plan, but eventually achieved a big goal?

Students competed for the following prizes, made possibly by America Saves and CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union:

  • 1st place = $600
  • 2nd place = $400
  • 3rd place = $200

Virginia Cooperative Extension (the City of Alexandria & Arlington) will unveil the winners on Thursday, March 2nd, 2076 at Fairlington Community Center in Arlington. The ceremony starts at 7:00 p.m.* The community center is at 3308 S Stafford Street, and the center has a small parking lot. 

*Winners do not have to be present to win. Winners must complete a W9 form to receive prizes, prizes will be mailed and may take up to a month to receive check in the mail. 

 


Thank You to Our Program Sponsors: 

 

Contact Us

Northern Virginia Saves 
Campaign Coordinator
Meggan Orenstein
703-228-6421
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3308 S. Stafford Street
Arlington, VA 22206

 

 

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