CUP "True Meaning of Christmas" Coloring Contest
CUP is proud to sponsor its seventh annual The True Meaning of Christmas coloring contest
to provide students an opportunity to illustrate what the true meaning of Christmas is to them.
The contest is open to students in first through fifth grades.
There will be one overall contest winner and
one winner in each grade level. The overall winner will receive four tickets to the Festival of Lights at
the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens and ten Christmas cards featuring their drawing. The winners in
each grade level will receive ten Christmas cards featuring their drawing.
Entries must be postmarked by December 4, 2015 and winners will be notified by December 17.
Check the following for complete details:
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with a history of direct services to the poor.
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