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Camas Parks And Recreation Camtown Youth Festival Poster Contest
Dated: March 18 2015
Poster designs now being accepted
Camas Parks and Recreation is now accepting entries for the Camtown Youth Festival poster contest. Entries must be turned in by March 27.
The Camtown Youth Festival is a free youth-focused event and includes a variety of games and interactive amusements, arts and crafts activities, entertainment, food, youth art show, a petting zoo, a kids’ flea & craft market, and kid-related information booths. This year’s event will be held at Crown Park in Camas on Saturday, June 13, from 11:00AM to 4:00PM.
Camas youth of all ages are eligible to participate in the 2015 Camtown poster contest. Winning designs will be used for Camtown promotional flyers, posters, etc. The poster design must be drawn on white, 8.5” x 11” paper. Any art medium may be used. Some elements of the festival, such as those listed above should be included. Dates, time, and location should not be included in the design (this will be added in the final production stage). Students must write their name, school, grade, and phone number on the back of the design. Poster designs will not be returned unless requested. Designs can be dropped off at Lacamas Lake Lodge, 227 NE Lake Rd., or can be mailed to 616 NE 4th Ave., Camas, WA 98607, attn: CYF Poster Contest. The contest ends March 27. Winners will be announced the week of April 20.
For questions, please call Krista Bashaw at 360-834-5307.
For more information contact:
Krista Bashaw – Special Events Coordinator
Camas Parks and Recreation
616 N.E. Ave.
Camas, WA 98607
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