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Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Holds Poster Contest For K-12 Students

October 3, 2018

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is hosting a contest for K-12 students to help educate others about the dangers of underage drinking. This will be the 27th annual Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest and will be open to all Pennsylvania students, including those who are home-schooled or attend private institutions. Entries must feature a clear no-use message about underage drinking and students are encouraged to include positive messages and images using an artistic medium. Approximately 50 posters will be chosen by a panel of judges and each student will be invited to attend a recognition ceremony in Harrisburg in April 2019, which is Alcohol Awareness month. Several students will be receiving a prize of $50, and one student from each grade (K-12) will receive $25. Some of the winning designs will also be reproduced and distributed across Pennsylvania. Entries must be sent in by Friday, Nov. 16. For more information about the contest, review the contest guidelines and entry form available at lcb.pa.gov under “Education,” then “Poster Contest.” — HAYLEY ZAVISLAK

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