Navajo and Apache Youth Create Art for Underage Drinking Awareness
"Got Death? Drink, Drive & You Will."
Navajo and Apache youth, ages 6 to 18, who participate in the second annual youth art contest, hosted by the Navajo County Drug Project in collaboration with Apache County Drug Free Alliance, will create artwork with this anti-underage drinking (UAD) slogan.
You can submit multimedia artwork including the awareness slogan: "Got Death? Drink, Drive & You Will." The winning pieces of artwork will be printed on T-shirts or on pages of a 2011-12 school calendar. Winners can receive cash prizes of $100 for first place (plus t-shirt placement), $50 for second place (plus calendar placement), and $25 for third place (plus calendar placement).
The three winners with the best designs to illustrate the hard-hitting message may be recognized in an award event at Summit Regional Healthcare (a contest sponsor) in May.
Artwork must be submitted on a minimum of 8 by 11 inches in any reproducible medium and be received by the April 25 deadline. All submissions must include the UAD theme or slogan. Winners will be contacted by May 15. "All submissions must be accompanied by an application signed by parent/guardian, listing teacher contact information. Submissions become the property of Navajo County Drug Project unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return," reported the White Mountain Independent's Online Edition.
For more specifics on submission guidelines and to download an entry form, visit navajocountydrugproject.com.