Scouting, Volume 67, Number 5, October 1979 Page: 19
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Enter your scouts
in the $30,000 Q-tips® Art Contest.
* COTTON A SWABS
The Q-tips® Art Contest rewards scouts
who use Q-tips to create works of art.
They may build sculptures with Q-tips.
Or create paintings using Q-tips instead of
brushes. Or make anything, as long as it's ex-
ecuted with Q-tips Cotton Swabs.
Your scouts can win lots of prizes: a
grand prize of an $8,000 US. Savings Bond
and an "Art Experience" trip to New York
City. Eight first prizes of a $1,500 Savings
Bond. Eight second prizes of a $500 Savings
Bond. Eight third prizes of a $100 Savings
Bond. And 64 fourth prizes of a $50 Savings
Each grade (1-8) will have a first, second
and third prize winner. Eight children from
each grade will win a fourth prize.
And everyone who enters will win a Cer-
tificate of Merit.
If one of your scouts wins a grand prize or
first prize, your scouting organization will also
You can win an "Art Experience" trip
to Florence, Athens or Cairo. The names
of scout leaders who have scouts entered in
the contest will be part of a drawing for one
very special prize, a two-week all-expense-
paid trip for two to your choice of one of these
exciting cities: Florence, Athens or Cairo.
Your name will be en-
tered once for each scout en-
try. So the more scouts you
enter, the more chances you
have to win.
Here's how your scouts TU
* The 1978 winner,
can enter. Write to: Q-tips Deborah Ranish.
Art Contest, RO. Box 9280, Blair, Nebraska
68009 for rules and entry forms or call collect:
All entries will be judged at the Children's
Museum of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
in New York, where the grand prize winning
creation will be on display. Winners will be
chosen on the basis of creativity, age, inven-
tiveness, technique, composition and design.
Entries must be received by
January 31, 1980. (Contest
void where prohibited.)
The Q-tips® Art Contest.
Unlock a lot of creativity with
a little cotton swab.
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