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By Lacey Gardner

Attention Allegany County School Students! SPCA “Design a T-Shirt” contest, Deadline is June 1st so don’t delay


5 year anniversary party is planned for June 1

From the, The SPCA Serving Allegany County is celebrating its 5-year Anniversary in our new shelter on June 1, 2024, and we are excited to involve our community in this special occasion.

Five years ago, at our Grand Opening on June 1, 2019, we sponsored a “Design an SPCA T-shirt” Contest and now in 2024 as part of our 5 Year Celebration, we are hosting another “Design an SPCA T-shirt” Contest, and we would like to invite all Allegany County students to participate.

The theme of the contest is to create a unique and inspiring design that represents our care and love for animals. This contest not only celebrates our anniversary but also fosters creativity and compassion among our young artists.

Here are some key details about the contest:

Theme: Design an SPCA T-shirt that represents all the animals that we care for, find forever homes for and celebrates our 5-Year Anniversary in the new shelter.

Submission Deadline: All entries are due by June 1st.

Eligibility: The contest is open to all students in Allegany County.

The winning design will be featured on limited edition SPCA T-shirts, with proceeds going towards our shelter’s programs and services and the winning artist will receive a free T-shirt.

At this link, or you may use the QR code, you will find the contest guidelines, submission instructions and a downloadable template.

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Please feel free to share this information with all students you know and encourage them to unleash their creativity for a good cause.

Thank you for considering this invitation, and we look forward to seeing the wonderful designs from our students and hope you will join us at our 5 Year Anniversay Celebration Event.

Pawsitively yours!

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