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CCHD Hosts Recycled Art Competition in Recognition of Earth Day
Are you interested in showing off your creative side while being environmentally friendly? The Clay County Health Department and Clay County Solid Waste Committee are hosting a Recycled Art Competition in recognition of Earth Day. The competition provides an opportunity for artists to showcase innovative work that conveys a message about protecting the environment and utilizes recycled and reused materials. The art must be made entirely (or almost entirely) from recycled or reused materials, and be able to stand alone or be placed on a flat surface.
Artwork will be displayed at the Clay County Health Department and Clay County Solid Waste Committee’s Earth Day Fair on Saturday, April 25th from 10:00am to 2:00pm at Library Park in Flora. Artwork will be voted on by the public during the Earth Day Fair, with prizes awarded to the first and second place winners. The first place winner will be awarded a $50 gift card and the second place winner will be awarded a $25 gift card. Projects may be done individually or in a group, but only one prize will be awarded.
The Earth Day Fair will also include educational booths, carnival games and activities, face painting, and craft projects. There will be free tree saplings available (first 75 people) and a free reusable water bottle available to the first 100 people to trade in a plastic beverage bottle.