Brunswick County 4-H

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Color Me Green! Contest September 12, 2008

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Do you like to draw? If so, the Color Me Green! 4-H Outline Drawing Contest is for you!
Use this opportunity to share with us what area of 4-H you are interested in or what 4-H means to you.

Artwork must be drawn on an 8.5″X11″ of white paper using a black pen. Others colors of paper or ink are ineligible. Copyrighted materials should not be used. Only original artwork, hand-drawn by the artist is allowed.

What is an Outline / White Drawing? A “White Drawing” is an image that is hand drawn
in black ink that can be colored in (think about what the images look like in a coloring
book).
• Keep in mind that you are creating a coloring page for younger youth. Think about how
simple coloring book sheets are and create a simple image that represents what 4-H
means to you. For example, if your 4-H projects were on science perhaps you’d create a
coloring sheet that has a science experiment theme (the possibilities are endless). 

This contest is open to youth ages 5-18, with opportunities for winners in 9-10, 11-13 and 14-18 age divisions to advance on to state competition.  Entries are due to the Brunswick County Extension Office by Monday, October 27th, 2008.

To enter the competition, complete the application form and start drawing!

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