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Wanna Win an Apple iPad mini®? Mother McAuley High School is Giving You the Chance!

Mother McAuley is offering the chance to win two Apple iPad minis® by participating in a contest held by the Archdiocese of Chicago in celebration of Catholic Schools Week.

Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School is offering the chance to win two Apple iPad minis® by participating in a contest held by the Archdiocese of Chicago in celebration of Catholic Schools Week. The contest runs through February 4 at noon on the social media network, Twitter.

In light of their recently announced Apple iPad® Initiative, Mother McAuley High School has offered to match the prize if a McAuley entry is selected, and buy the lucky winner a second iPad mini.

The Archdiocese of Chicago contest asks current parents, employees, and recognized volunteers of Chicago Catholic schools to post a tweet that shares what they believe is the best thing about their school. All entrants will be in the running for an iPad mini.

To enter, just sign up for a free Twitter account at twitter.com and follow the Archdiocese of Chicago @ChiCathSchools. Check out their giveaway flyer for all rules and more information. Please note all entrants must be 18 and have a child enrolled, be an employee, or be a recognized volunteer in an Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic School to enter. When composing the tweet, follow this format word for word, and don’t forget the hashtags: “@ChiCathSchools: The best thing about Mother McAuley is _________. #csw13 #winiPad.” The Archdiocese encourages creativity. Post a picture, video or link along with the text! Don’t be limited by 140 characters – take advantage of the opportunity to add more.

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