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With the Kin Canada National Convention right around the corner, the anticipation is building for what I consider my favourite part of the event, the Founding Members Speaking Award competition. This year, sixteen Kin members who competed and were selected at the club, zone and district level, will compete at the National level in St. John’s on August 14.
Earlier today, Nadyne and I judged the Quill submissions, a Kin Canada National award that encourages the development of members’ written communication skills. Kin members submit their story at the district level, and each district is allowed to send up to two entries for consideration for the national award.