2018'S WINNER, ALICIA MARTINEZ'S COLORFUL AND DETAILED BILLBOARD.
The Dalton-Whitfield Solid Waste Authority is pleased to announce the 10th Annual America Recycles Day Billboard Contest for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders attending public or private schools participating in the Target Recycling at School program in Whitfield County.
Students are invited to design a billboard in keeping with the spirit of America Recycles Day, which is celebrated yearly on November 15. The top design out of the three grade levels will be displayed during the month of November on two billboards in Whitfield County.
Schools in Whitfield County eligible to participate include Eastbrook Middle, New Hope Middle, North Whitfield Middle, Valley Point Middle, Westside Middle, Dalton Middle, Northstar School, Crossroads Academy, Christian Heritage School, and Learning Tree School.
During the 2018 contest, Valley Point Middle School 6th grader, Alicia Martinez , won first place overall. Her design includes the phrase, “I want to be recycled!” which was one of the themes of the contest. The artwork is detailed, neat, and very colorful showing recyclables lining up to begin the recycling process.
Themes for this year are, “I recycle. Do you?!” and “I recycle with Recycling Ben!” First, second, and third place prizes will be given in each of the three grade levels. The grand prize is chosen from the three first-place winners.
The Contest Guide with two versions of the official entry form can be downloaded at www.DWSWA.org. The deadline for entries is October 14, 2019. There is no entry fee, however, an official entry form needs to be included with the artwork. Only artwork submitted directly from a school representative will be accepted. Winners will be announced on October 21.
For more information contact Amy Hartline, Recycling and Education Program Coordinator, at 706-278-5001 or e-mail: email@example.com. To learn more about America Recycles Day visit www.americarecyclesday.org.