Redlands Kids Care Poster Contest
Redlands school and pre-school students can have fun and help our community stay safe by entering a poster contest just for children… now through June 19th!
Posters need to promote all three elements of public safety recommended by the CDC during the coronavirus pandemic:
- wash hands
- wear a face mask
- stay six feet apart (practice social distancing)
Designs can include drawing, painting, graphic art and words and can be either on regular 8 ½” x 11” paper. Entries may be submitted digitally or on paper.
One grand-prize winner in each category
- Littles – 6 years old and under
- Middles – 7 to 12 years old
- Teens – 13 to 18 years old
Each grand-prize winner gets their posters displayed all around town, a keepsake framed print and lots of summer fun: toys, books, movies and pizza gift cards donated by local businesses. Every child who enters gets a cute, kid-size washable face mask.
Deadline is June 19th @ 4pm
Entries must include:
- School (must live within RUSD boundaries)
- Contact info – email or phone number
- Mailing address (if you want to receive a free face mask)
Drop off paper entries weekdays 8am – 4pm at boxes outside
Redlands Community Center (111 W. Lugonia Ave.) Redlands City
Hall One-Stop Window (35 Cajon St.) or at Citrograph
Printing Co. (113 E. State St.)
This contest is co-sponsored by the City of Redlands, Redlands Chamber of Commerce, Citrograph Printing Co. and the Rochford Foundation.
To submit your poster digitally take a photo or scan your poster and submit it below. Be sure to keep the original, it will be needed if you win the contest.