Hello and Congratulations 2007

Hello and Congratulations 2007

Hello and Congratulations from the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007 9:20 AM

From:

"Mid-Atlantic Song Contest" <midatlanticsong@yahoo.com>

To:

"Chuck RitenouR" <charlesritenour@yahoo.com>

Congratulations!

I'm writing to let you know that your song, Swing Me, has been awarded Finalist prize status in the Jazz/Blues category of the 24th Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest!

The following is a description of the different designations:*Gold is best of category.*Silver follows gold (sometimes by just a hair!) for second in category* 2-3 Finalists per category: these are in no particular order, but were recognized as being strong songs* Honorable Mention means that your songs were generally within the top 10-15%of songs in that category, but individual judges who loved your work regardless of where it placed in scoring were able to draw your song into the honorable mention category.

Congratulations!

I'm writing to let you know that your song, I Never Was Enough, has been awarded Honorable Mention prize status in the Jazz/Blues category of the 24th Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest!

Congratulations!

I'm writing to let you know that your song, The Blues Ain't Funny, has been awarded Honorable Mention prize status in the Jazz/Blues category of the 24th Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest!

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dahoglund 6 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

I least you were recognized.


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Sa`ge 6 years ago from Barefoot Island

Congratulations! is congratulations! always nice to get them: :D aloha

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