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2018 Design Contest: Deadline April 25, 2018

The design contest is open to students in Grades 4-7 from schools located within the Lake George watershed.

The 2018 theme is “Clean Streams, Happy Lake.”

Download the 2018 Bookmark Contest Entry Form.

Stormwater run-off is one of the biggest threats to Lake George water quality. Rainwater running off parking lots, roads, roofs, and cars can carry harmful pollutants and nutrients to our streams and Lake. Therefore, we would like to encourage students to focus on stormwater pollution prevention. Ideas that fit the theme include keeping storm drains free of debris, planting along the shoreline/preventing erosion, “No dumping in the Lake,” rain barrels, rain gardens, no littering, etc.

About the Contest

The Lake George Bookmark Design Contest engages Lake George area students in grades 4-7 in an arts contest to develop and promote a lake-saving message.

Each year, the winning entry is printed on a bookmark along with the student’s name and school. The bookmarks are professionally printed and widely distributed to area schools, libraries, and other locations. The student is also recognized at a ceremony at the home school. In addition, a news release announcing the winner is distributed.

A limited number of bookmarks are still available from previous year’s at the LGA. Contact us if you would like a supply for your school or library.

Previous Winners

2017 Lake George Bookmark Winner "Make It GREEN to keep Lake George Clean"

 "keep us clean we live downstream" 2016 design contest winner

 "when it rains it drains" 2015 Lake George design contest winner

"don't litter save the critter" 2013 Lake George design contest winner.

"we are the future, make the right choices, keep our lake clean" 2012 Lake George design contest winner

winning bookmark of the 2011 Lake George design contest

"leap into action, don't pollute" 2010 winning Lake George bookmark design

 

 

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