Montana WIFE announces statewide ag calendar art contest
In recognition of National Agriculture Week, with National Agriculture Day on March 18, WIFE (Montana Women Involved in Farm Economics) invites Montana’s school children to express their ideas on farm life by participating in WIFE’s 29th statewide calendar art contest.
Winning entries in grades kindergarten through eighth will be awarded a cash prize at first place ($30), second place ($20) and third place ($10), levels in each grade’s division. Two honorable mention places in each grade will be awarded certificates.
Only 25 pictures can be used on the calendar.
Those winners whose pictures are used will also receive a calendar.
All entries are to be done horizontally on 8 and one-half by 11-inch white paper with dark, black lead pencil or black pen (no markers please).
Any aspect of agriculture that is of interest to the students may be drawn.
Any depiction of alcohol or tobacco will not be accepted.
Student’s name, grade, school, address, town and zip should be clearly printed in a corner on the back of their picture.
No entries can be returned, but WIFE may display or use student’s artwork for various WIFE projects throughout the state.
Entries must be postmarked on or before April 15. Artwork will be judged on the basis of originality.
Send all art entries to: Gladys Walling, PO Box 55, Winifred, MT 59489. Call 406-462-5330 for more information.
–Montana Women Involved in Farm Economics
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