Seeking anti-litter posters from our youth
Because the North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition believes the youth of our nation can reshape the economy and quality of life of our communities, we are seeking their anti-litter posters. Our youth are our future leaders and role models.
Students across the nation looking for a summer art project might consider entering our anti-litter, posters contest. The posters submitted will be judged in three categories, elementary, middle and high school students.
All submissions are to be on 8 1/2” x 11” paper and mailed to the North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition. The artwork must be original and created by the student. All entrants must place their name, their parent’s or guardian’s name, grade level for the 2019-20 school year and a contact phone number on the back of the poster.
Students may submit multiple entries and the deadline for the artwork is before the first day of the 2019-20 school year. The North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition will scan all artwork submissions and post them on our Facebook page as they are received.
We will be selecting a first, second and third place entry for the elementary, middle and high school students. Artwork submitted will not be returned, so make a copy before you send it.
Copies of all artwork will be sent to the Governors of the states the student resides. In Clay and Cherokee counties, the artwork will be sent to N.C. Governor Roy Cooper and the Clay County Progress and Cherokee Scout for consideration and recognition.