2011 Environmental Calendar Contest

Show Your Artistic Talent!

Promote Environmental Awareness!

Win Great Prizes!

Download the application:  2011 Environmental Calendar Contest

Sponsored By:

Montgomery County Solid Waste and Water Services

 

Contest Guidelines:

- The contest is open to Montgomery County students in grades K-12.

- Entries will be judged against all other entries in the same division.

- One entry per student, one student per entry may be submitted.

- Montgomery County staff and volunteers will judge the entries.

- Entries will be judged on: relevance to choice of theme, artwork, design and originality.

- Entries must be submitted on 11 X 17 paper (horizontal layout).

- No computer generated artwork will be allowed.

- Flat, one dimensional posters only.

- Do not use any cartoon characters (such as Sponge Bob), brand names or product names (automatic disqualification).

- Entry form must be glued or taped to the back of the poster.

- All entries become property of Montgomery County and may be reproduced.

 

Six Contest Divisions:

1. K-2nd Grades

2. 3rd– 5th Grades

3. 6th-8th Grades

4. 9th– 12th Grades

5. Special Needs Junior (K-6)

6. Special Needs Senior (7-12)

(Students enrolled in ED, LD, CD may enter in either

their grade level or one of the Special Needs Divisions)

 

Submit Entries To:

Calendar Contest

Montgomery County Water Services

1850 Spaulding Rd.

Kettering, OH 45432

Call 781-2532 for more information

Deadline for Entries is:

September 30, 2010

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