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BLACK HISTORY ART CONTEST ENTRIES DUE FEB. 14

The Department Of Education, in conjunction with AT&T of the Virgin Islands, will be sponsoring an art contest in celebration of Black History Month. The contest's theme is "My Black Hero is." Students in the public elementary schools who are interested in participating are encouraged to submit their entries by Wednesday.
Entries will consist of an 8-1/2 by 11 inch to 11 by 14 inch portrait of a black hero the student views as the most inspirational in his or her life, as well as a short three-sentence paragraph explaining why.
Questions and requests for information regarding the contest should be directed to Marcia Jeffers at 776-6500 ext. 4424.

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The Department Of Education, in conjunction with AT&T of the Virgin Islands, will be sponsoring an art contest in celebration of Black History Month. The contest's theme is "My Black Hero is." Students in the public elementary schools who are interested in participating are encouraged to submit their entries by Wednesday.
Entries will consist of an 8-1/2 by 11 inch to 11 by 14 inch portrait of a black hero the student views as the most inspirational in his or her life, as well as a short three-sentence paragraph explaining why.
Questions and requests for information regarding the contest should be directed to Marcia Jeffers at 776-6500 ext. 4424.