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2014 Arbor Day poster contest opens
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SUNDANCE, Wyo. (AP) - Fourth- and fifth-grade students are being asked to submit their artwork for the annual Wyoming State Arbor Day poster contest.
The Wyoming State Division of Forestry and the nonprofit group Wyoming Project Learning Tree are holding the contest this year.
Students are asked to create a poster no larger than 14 inches by 18 inches that depicts the theme “Three Cheers for Trees.” The winner will receive $100, their framed poster and an invitation to the Arbor Day celebration in Cheyenne.
The winner’s teacher also will receive $100. Second place will receive $50 and their framed poster.
The contest deadline is March 28.
Online: Wyoming Project Learning Tree, http://wyomingplt.org/
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