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School News

January 10, 2013

Poster Contest

EPPING —Epping children in grades K-12 can win $25.00 gift cards from Barnes & Noble by creating a poster that answers the question: "What does a new library mean to you?" Posters will be judged by library staff and the winners from the pool of Elementary, Middle, and High school entrants will be announced on January 31.

Rules for this contest are simple: All posters must be made on 14 X 22 poster board in any medium - paint, crayons, collage, or markers. Each entrant should place his/her name, grade, and phone number of the back of the poster. Poster entries must be turned in to the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library by January 18.

Selected contest entries will be displayed at the Library. The contest is open to any student who resides in Epping. Contact the Library at 679-4587 for more information.


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