They may not like tomatoes (though some may), but judging by results of the Community Helping Place Free Clinics’ first poster contest, the Day Campers at Park & Rec enjoy using their imaginations, drawing and coloring.
About 35 children took part in the contest, ranging in age from 4 to 12.
“We told them what the Tomato Sandwich Supper was about—a free dentist and a free health clinic. They took it from there,” said Mary Catherine Beutel, Park & Rec Program Coordinator.
The first, second and third place winners, along with a runner-up, will be announced Thursday, July 18 during the fundraiser at Dahlonega Baptist Church.
”It was very difficult to choose the winners, Oh, my gosh,” said CHP Board member Pam Jones, “they put so much energy into these. We were deadlocked on several of them and had to call in Melissa [Line, CHP’s Executive Director] to decide.”
The first place winner will receive a . . .
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