Peace Art Contest
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The District 7330 Peace Art Contest allows middle school students (6th, 7th, and 8th graders) to participate in an art contest focusing on world peace. Winners will be selected and some will be featured on our 2015-16 Peace Notecards. Notecards are sold in support of the Rotary Centers for Studies in Peace and Conflict resolution.
Submissions must be received by local sponsoring Rotary Clubs by April 22, 2015 (and the top 4 forwarded to the District by April 30). The entry form, which must accompany each submission, can be downloaded from this page. Note: Only entries with a signed waiver will be judged.
Art from some of our previous winners is featured below as examples.