Artwork Poster Contest to Celebrate National Volunteer Month
by Debbie Ingram
February 5, 2014 • 389 views
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Local youth will have a chance to show their creativity and demonstrate their knowledge of volunteerism in this spring’s “How I Can Make A Difference In My Community” poster contest.
The contest is open to Temple City youth ages 3 to 18. Posters should educate and promote the idea that youth and volunteering can make a difference in Temple City, and in the world. The City of Temple City is sponsoring the contest to celebrate April as National Volunteer Month, which encourages people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities.
Posters will be categorized into three age divisions: Division 1 (ages 5 and under), Division 2 (ages 6-12) and Division 3 (ages 13-18). Entries are judged on general appearance and representation of the theme. Three winners from each age division will receive gift cards to local eateries, and formal recognition by the City Council and their advisory Parks and Recreation Commission. All entrants will receive a certificate of participation at an April 9 reception.
Submissions must be received by March 14, 5 p.m., at Live Oak Park Annex (10144 Bogue St.). Entry forms and contest rules are available at City Hall, Live Oak Park facilities and online at www.templecity.us. For more information, contact Debbie Ingram at (626) 285-2171, ext. 2361