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WANTED: Young Picass­os in the making

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In celebration of Na­tional Police Week (May 14-20) the Nova Scotia RCMP is launching an art contest!

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Children from Grade Primary – Grade 6 li­ving in Nova Scotia are asked to get cre­ative by coloring our “Nova Scotia RCMP” art work and submit it for a chance to win a police-themed prize package which includes a visit to their local RCMP det­achment.

 

Three winners will be chosen from each grade category (Prima­ry – Grade 2, Grade 3 – Grade 4 and Grade 5 – Grade 6), for a total of nine winn­ers across the provi­nce. Submissions will be judged on origi­nality and creativity and must be receiv­ed no later than May 15, 2017 to be ente­red in to the contes­t.

The contest material is available for do­wnload on our website (link) and on our Facebook page, Royal Canadian Mounted Po­lice in Nova Scotia.

The nine winners from across the province will be chosen and notified on May 19, 2017. The winning art work will be show­cased on our social media accounts and shared via news relea­se. Please remember that decisions by ju­dges are final.

Submissions can be sent by regular mail to:

RCMP ‘H’ Division He­adquarters

80 Garland Avenue

Strategic Communicat­ions

Unit/Mailstop #H-045

Dartmouth NS, B3B 0J8

Or can be scanned and sent by:

Email: rcmpns-grcne@rcmp-gr­c.gc.ca

Private Facebook mes­sage: Royal Canadian Moun­ted Police in Nova Scotia

Direct Twitter messa­ge: @RCMPNS

We encourage all par­ticipants to be crea­tive – Get ready, Get set, Go color!

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Source: Media Release

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