Librarians Competition

Janessa Carley, Committee Chair
404 Elliot Street, PO Box 235

DEADLINE: MAY 1

All Nebraska Job’s Daughters, Jobie to Bees, and Majority Members are encouraged to participate in the Grand Librarian’s competitions. Hopefully there is a competition that appeals to everyone. This is a great way to express yourself using your creative side.

  • Category 1: Member Free Verse Poem - Grand Theme

  • Category 2: Member Free Verse Poem - JDI Theme

  • Category 4: Member Acrostic Poem - Grand Theme (Words: Magic of Youth)

  • Category 3: Member Acrostic Poem- JDI Theme (Word: Job’s Daughters)

  • Category 5: Jobie to Bee Acrostic Poem (Word: Friendship)

  • Category 6:  Majority Member Acrostic Poem (Word: Mizpah)

Rules:

  1. Requirements (Free Verse)

    • Double-spaced and left aligned

    • Size 12 Times New Roman font

    • One (1) inch margins

    • Title centered and in bold at the top of the document

  2. Requirements (Acrostic)

    • Word left-aligned, bolded, and capitalized

    • Size 12 Times New Roman font

    • One (1) inch margins

    • Title centered and in bold at the top of the document

  3. Please submit all entries and registration via mail.

  4. The name of the entrant and their Bethel/city should NOT appear anywhere on any of the entries submitted.

  5. Entries must be submitted or postmarked on or by May 1st, 2021.  Entries submitted after this postmark date will still be included but will receive a 10-point deduction.  Late entries will not be accepted after June 1st, 2022.

  6. Be creative and have fun!

  

What is a free verse poem? Free verse poems have no rhyming structure and often don’t have a particular rhythm or syllable patterns.

 

What is an acrostic poem? An acrostic poem is a poem in which the first letter of each line spells out a word, name, or phrase when read vertically.

 

In Jobie Friendship,

Janessa Carley

2021-2022 Grand Librarian

PGBHQ, PHQ, MM, LOV