Proctor church seeks renderingSeptember 18,2013Prizes offered for
Proctor church art
PROCTOR — The Union Church of Proctor is offering a $250 prize to the high school or college student who creates the winning rendering of the church.
The contest is open to all artists enrolled in high school or college. Artists may work in any medium to create a rendering of the church building, so long as the rendering can be reproduced in black and white on church bulletins, letterhead, flyers and other church materials.
The Church Council of the Union Church of Proctor will select a jury to judge all submissions and select a winner and runner-up. The winning artist will receive $250. The runner-up will receive $150.
The deadline to enter is Oct. 18. Entries can be mailed to the church at 5 Church Street, Proctor, VT, 05765, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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