Omega Psi Phi holds Talent Hunt Contest 2013

Three best winners in both categories receive a cash prize.

The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. is holding its Annual Talent Hunt Contest Nov. 15, 2013 at Schilling Community Center.  The Talent Hunt Program strives to provide young High School and Middle School students on Okinawa an opportunity to develop, express, and receive recognition for their talents.

The contest is open to every student on the island, including those from local Japanese schools, although those have to have a base access to participate.

The contest awards cash prizes to winners. The 1st Place winner in the high school category gets $500, while the second place contestant collects $300 and the third place earns $200.

In the middle school category the prizes are $300 for the 1st place, $200 for the second and $100 for the third place winner.

For more information and sign up, aspiring contestants should contact Bro. Cortez Pree at 080-3526-0358 or e8pree@yahoo.com, or Bro. John Smith at 080-3458-1064 or jaydaque@hotmail.com.