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Students invited to join T-shirt design contest

Congressman Hal Rogers congratulated Casey Joe Stephens for designing the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirt

Congressman Hal Rogers congratulated Casey Joe Stephens, a third-grader at Whitley City Elementary School, for winning a regional contest to design the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirt, which was given to thousands of volunteers in April.

We invite all schools in the PRIDE region to participate in the 2013/2014 PRIDE T-Shirt Design Contest. PRIDE wants to give students the opportunity to create the PRIDE 2014 theme and design a t-shirt to use for the 2014 PRIDE Spring Cleanup events. This would be a fun activity to allow students to be creative and express why personal responsibility is important to them and their community.The design should depict a catchy theme for PRIDE to use in 2014 to promote Spring Cleanup and be used for the 2014 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirt.

The winning design and theme will be featured by PRIDE in 2014. Each student who participates in the project will receive a Certificate of Participation from PRIDE.

Contest Information:

We look forward to seeing your students’ ideas for the 2014 PRIDE Spring Cleanup campaign!

If you have any questions, please call the PRIDE office (606.677.6150).

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