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For the sixth year, Mayor Mike Moore is asking all Jeffersonville public, private and homeschool students to help create the City’s official holiday card.

“I look forward to this every year,” Moore said. “The response from students always exceeds my expectations — even last year when we were dealing with the uncertainty of a pandemic, they came through.”

Jeffersonville students in grades K-5 are invited to create an original piece of artwork that can be reproduced into the official City of Jeffersonville holiday card to be sent to hundreds of fellow Hoosiers during the holiday season.

It is up to the discretion of school officials to decide whether or not to participate in the contest, but the city encourages all elementary school-aged kids to participate.

“We really want every Jeff student to be part of this and the more, the merrier,” Moore said. “Whether they’re home-school students or E-learners … We hope every elementary age student in the city can participate even if it isn’t part of a classroom project.”

Entries are due in to the Mayor’s Office by 12 p.m. on Tuesday, November 23 for consideration in the contest. Only one grand prize winner will be selected by the mayor as the official holiday card for 2021.

Download rules and entry form below.


Riverside Elementary School student Michael Rozier was the 2020 Holiday Card contest winner.
 

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