Keep Montgomery County Beautiful Poetry Contest

Montgomery County Solid Waste District and Keep Montgomery County Beautiful are proud to present the 11th annual KMCB Poetry Contest.  Students are encouraged to express their environmental ideas concerning litter prevention and awareness. Use your imagination and join the winners to see your poetry in print.

The contest is open to all Montgomery County students in grades 2-12.  (Please note if student is entering under Special Education division)

 One entry per person, one author per entry.

On the back of the page, entries must include:

              1) Student’s Name

              2) Complete address including City and Zip Code

              3) School name, grade and teacher

              4) Teacher’s phone number or e-mail address

 

 2011 Timeline:

 March 31st:  Entries due to Montgomery County Solid Waste District. (Late entries will not be judged.)

 Mid to Late April: Invitations mailed to winners for the award reception.

May 14, 2011:  Awards reception 10:00am -11:30am.  Winners will receive a plaque, and prize.

 Submit entries to:

 Montgomery County Solid Waste District

Attention:  Poetry Contest

2550 Sandridge Drive

Dayton, Ohio  45439

-or-

submit poems online at www.mcswd.org   

For questions or information, call 225-4999 or visit www.mcswd.org

 

 KMCB 2011 Poetry Contest

 

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