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2017 Youth Video Contest - Winning Videos!
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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Posted by Valeria Salamanca, Youth Video Contest coordinator

We appreciate everyone who took the time to create a video for Tri-Valley CAREs 2017 Youth Video Contest! After careful review, our judges have selected the winners for this year.

Congratulations to our Grand Prize, 2nd Place and 3rd Place winners, whose videos are showcased, below. Thank you all for participating and we hope to see more amazing videos next year!

Everyone is invited to this year's Holiday Party and Youth Video Contest Awards Ceremony at the Livermore Library (Community Rooms A & B) on Thursday, December 7. The party is “drop-in” from 5 PM to 8 PM and will feature lots of great food and refreshments. The Awards Ceremony will take place at about 6 PM.

It is our goal to involve more youth in nuclear and environmental policy issues - and we are proud to see the depth and breadth of their visions for the future as evidenced by their videos. We hope that through the process of this contest, more people became aware of the dangers of nuclear weapons development and continue to inform others. We encourage young people to take part in future contests and to sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date with the progress of our mission.

Take a look below to view the top three videographers who will be receiving prizes.


Grand Prize Winner – Livermore: Changes Have to be Made by Steven Hause

Second Place Winner - The Nuclear Effect by Nick Miriani

Third Place Winner – Livermore by Eli Gooch