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The theme for this year's poster contest is: Respect: Lead the Way. Young Alaskans are encouraged to create images around this theme, which may include youth helping others, being responsible community members, and choosing respect over violent or harmful behaviors. The deadline for receiving poster contest entries is Dec. 13. Last year, there were an unprecedented 174 entries from all over Alaska. Contest guidelines and deadline information are detailed in the attached flyer, as well as at http://gov.alaska.gov/parnell/priorities/choose-respect.html. For more information, contact the Governor's Anchorage Office at 907-269-7450.
Governor's 2014 Choose Respect poster contest 100913 AE 1 Capital City Weekly The theme for this year's poster contest is: Respect: Lead the Way. Young Alaskans are encouraged to create images around this theme, which may include youth helping others, being responsible community members, and choosing respect over violent or harmful behaviors. The deadline for receiving poster contest entries is Dec. 13. Last year, there were an unprecedented 174 entries from all over Alaska. Contest guidelines and deadline information are detailed in the attached flyer, as well as at http://gov.alaska.gov/parnell/priorities/choose-respect.html. For more information, contact the Governor's Anchorage Office at 907-269-7450.
Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Story last updated at 10/9/2013 - 1:17 pm

Governor's 2014 Choose Respect poster contest

The theme for this year's poster contest is: Respect: Lead the Way. Young Alaskans are encouraged to create images around this theme, which may include youth helping others, being responsible community members, and choosing respect over violent or harmful behaviors. The deadline for receiving poster contest entries is Dec. 13. Last year, there were an unprecedented 174 entries from all over Alaska. Contest guidelines and deadline information are detailed in the attached flyer, as well as at http://gov.alaska.gov/parnell/priorities/choose-respect.html. For more information, contact the Governor's Anchorage Office at 907-269-7450.


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