Clackamas County students grades K-8 can enter original artwork for county Safe Routes to School program

Clackamas County Safe Routes to School and Clackamas County Arts Alliance have announced the annual SRTS Poster Art Contest.

Students in Clackamas County are invited to submit their original artwork about the benefits of walking, biking, rolling, and using other ways to get to school. Artwork should show how these modes can be fun, healthy, and good for the environment.

Students can enter to win prizes and have their artwork featured on posters, brochures and more, plus displayed at an exhibit sponsored by the Clackamas County Arts Alliance.

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Submissions should be entered by one of the following ways by April 1, 2022:

- Email a high-resolution photograph or scanned JPEG or PNG image of your artwork to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

- Mail or drop off a paper copy to Clackamas County Development Services Building, third floor Engineering Division (ATTN: Scott Hoelscher) 150 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, 97045.

- Theme: "We Are All in This Together."

- Artwork will be judged based on original concept, visual design and composition, communication of the theme and storytelling.

- K-8 children in Clackamas County are invited to participate.

Prizes include $100 gift card for first place, $50 gift card for second place and $25 gift card for third place in three age groups: K-2, 3-5 and 6-8. There may also be honorable mention awards.

The Herald-Pioneer.

Winning artwork will be used for Clackamas County SRTS materials, promotions and outreach and exhibited through the Clackamas County Arts Alliance Exhibit Program.

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