Annual My County Poster Contest
Mark your calendar for the 2020 My County Poster Contest!
The Deadline to to accept My County Poster Contest entries is Friday, February 28, 2020.
The Poster Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, April 3, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. in the Jury Assembly Room at the Court House located at 9 N. Main Street, Cape May Court House
HERE ARE THE RULES:
- Design a poster to depict that which makes CAPE MAY COUNTY unique.
- Use a standard 22" X 28" white poster board.
- CAPE MAY COUNTY must be written in 4" BLACK SOLID LETTERS ACROSS THE TOP OF THE POSTER.
- The name of the student, homeroom teacher and the name of the school must be printed neatly on the back of the poster. One entry per student.
- Do not glue any materials or three dimensional objects onto the poster.
- Special knowledge or background is not needed. The poster design and content are at the discretion of the student.
- Vibrant colors are encouraged.
Deliver posters to:
Rita Marie Fulginiti, County Clerk
7 North Main Street,
Cape May Court House
For information call: Melissa Mistic 463-6449
All posters become the property of the Cape May County Constitutional Officers. Submission of the posters grants the Cape May County Constitutional Officers
permission to display the posters in public places and to reproduce them on a 2020 school year calendar.
More About The MY COUNTY POSTER CONTEST
Not everyone is aware that Cape May County government is responsible for county road maintenance, an animal shelter, a jail, a nursing home, land recording, voting, protecting the rights of minors, and much more.
To promote awareness of the work accomplished by County Government, the County Surrogate, the County Clerk and the Sheriff of Cape May County sponsor the MY COUNTY POSTER CONTEST. The annual event brings awareness of the function of county government to fourth grade students who study local government as part of their curriculum. Students are invited to create a poster depicting something about Cape May County.
Twelve prize winners in all are selected and invited to participate in an awards ceremony given in their honor. The twelve winning posters will be featured on a following years School Year Calendar, distributed to the winners and to each fourth-grade student in Cape May County. The winning posters will be on display in the public area of the Courts facility located at 9 North Main Street, Cape May Court House for the week beginning April 1st to commemorate County Government Month, April 1st-30th.
1st Place Winner receives a $100.00 Visa Gift Card, a pizza party with his/her homeroom classmates, and a goodie bag
2nd & 3rd Place Winners each receive a $50.00 Visa Gift Card and a goodie bag
9 Honorable Mention Winners will be honored and receive a goodie bag
The 2019 winners are as follows:
1st Place, Ajalon Thompson, Woodbine Elementary
2nd Place Katherine Wenger, Cape Trinity Catholic School
3rd Place Colin Russell, Middle Township Elementary #2
Honorable Mention Winners:
Rachel Riess, Crest Memorial
Chayse Cileone, Dennis Township Elementary
Andrew Raymond, Margaret Mace
David Risley, Upper Township Elementary
Ryan Lick, Upper Township Elementary
Olivia Beitel, Glenwood Avenue Elementary
Vinnie Fusco Sweeney, Margaret Mace
Norah Stanley, Upper Township Elementary
Lucia Huff, Cape Christian Academy