Is your child artistic or just civic-minded? Now is the time to have your child show off their skills because the City of Coral Springs wants them to enter a poster contest.
Coral Springs students grades K-12 can really make a difference this November 6 by entering their own “Importance of Voting” Poster Contest.
Coral Springs students grades K-12 can really make a difference this November 6 by entering their own “Importance of Voting” Poster Contest. The City of Coral Springs Customer-Involved Government Committee is hosting the contest for students where first, second and third place winners in each grade division will have their poster duplicated for display at City facilities and other locations and the best part is they will receive a certificate of recognition at a future City Commission Meeting.
All entries must be received at City Hall or City Hall in the Mall by Tuesday, October 23.
For more information and entry specifications, call 954-344-1148.
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