Images of Kitsap County
Public Communications (MS-11)
614 Division Street, Port Orchard, WA
Phone: 360.337.4598
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: 3/19/08
CONTACT: Sara Clements-Sampson
PHONE: 360-337-4486 

 Kitsap County Government Awareness Week
April 21-25, 2008
 

Eligibility

All students in grades ninth through twelfth grade – public, private, and home schools in Kitsap County.

 

Theme

Posters, videos and essays must promote or celebrate Kitsap County Government with the theme “My Kind of Kitsap: My Community, My Space.”

 

Requirements

Projects not meeting these specifications will be ineligible.  All artwork must be original.  Posters must be 8 ˝” X 11”.  Essay are not to exceed two typed double spaced pages in Times New Roman with 12 point font.  Videos are not to exceed 5 minutes in length and must be in DVD form.

 

Release

A completed, signed release form must be firmly attached to the back of each entry. Projects submitted to the contest become property of Kitsap County and may not be returned to the artist.

 

Judging

One winner will be awarded in each of the divisions; poster, video, and essay.  Projects will be judged on knowledge of Kitsap County government, creativity, and appropriateness to the theme.

 

Awards

Each winner will receive an Award of Excellence, a $250 award, and be recognized at the May 12, 2008 County Commissioner meeting. A reception in the winners’ honor will be held following the Commissioner’s meeting. The projects of all entrants will be displayed in the lobby and on the County web site.

 

Deadline for Entries

Entries must be received by Sara Clements-Sampson at the Kitsap County Commissioner’s Office no later than 4:00 pm, Friday, April 30, 2008.  Mail – 614 Division St. MS-4, Port Orchard, 98366. Drop-off delivery – 619 Division St, Port Orchard.

 

 

Policy of Inclusion

If these rules prevent a child with a disability from entering the contest, the teacher or leader organizing the program is authorized to alter the rules to the extent necessary to allow the child to participate. For example, if the child is unable to do hand lettering, he or she may utilize a computer. The size requirements can be waived if a child is unable to draw within the size restrictions. It is up to the organizer to determine for whom this policy is appropriate.

 

 

 

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Last Updated:  May 27, 2014