19th Annual Recycled Sculpture Contest

Montgomery County Solid Waste District is currently accepting registrations for the 19th annual Recycled Sculpture Contest. The purpose of the contest is to promote environmental awareness among students while encouraging artistic and creative thinking.

Registrations for the Recycled Sculpture contest are now being accepted until April 11, 2011. The Recycled Sculpture contest is open to all Montgomery County students in grades K-12 and encourages students to promote environmental awareness by using recyclable materials as a medium for creating an original sculpture. The student’s school must register to submit the sculpture for judging at the County level competition. For more information, or to have your school register, go to www.curby.org. If you need additional information regarding this contest, please contact Jennifer Mattingly at 496-6798 or mattinglyj@mcohio.org.

An awards reception honoring County wide winners will be held on May 14, 2011 to announce the County level Recycled Sculpture winners.

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