Video contest for teens hosted on YouTube

To showcase teens who are choosing a “natural high” over drugs and alcohol, the 2010 Natural High PSA Video Contest has been launched.

It’s open to children, ages 13-18, nationwide, through May 1.

The goal is to create a community of youths who encourage one another to strive for excellence and greatness instead of encouraging one another to smoke and drink.

Prizes include a $300 grand prize and two $100 runner-up awards. The contest is sponsored by the Sundt Memorial Foundation.

To enter the challenge and watch winning videos from the 2009 contest,
visit www.naturalhigh.org/psa.html.

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