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ENTER OUR 1995 CHANUKAH ART CONTEST!
Last year, 10-year-old Noa lacob's winning entry
was displayed on our annual Chanukah cover.
Here's how to enter this year.
TO ENTER: All work must be
received by noon Tuesday, Dec. 5,
at The Jewish News, 27676 Franklin
Road, Southfield, MI 48034. Each
entry must have a completed entry
form permanently attached to the
back. Print the entrant's name on
back of the work itself, as well.
MATERIALS: Anything that shows
up bold and bright, such as crayons,
paint or cut paper. No pencils or light
blue crayons, please. We suggest
taping work on cardboard to protect
it. In order to qualify, an entry form
must be permanently attached to
SIZE: 12" by 12" square.
CATEGORIES: to age 6
THE JEWISH NEWS
GRAND PRIZE: $100 and have the
work on the 1995 Chanukah issue
cover on Dec. 15 in full color!
FIRST PRIZES: $25 in all age
HONORABLE MENTIONS: Finalists
in all categories will be featured in
black and white inside the issue.
All entries will be displayed during
Chanukah at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Jewish Community Center.
An awards party will be held at the
Center for all entrants and their fami-
lies 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17.
Just because Noa lacob is from Anirg
Arbor doesn't mean you have to be
world-famous artist to be on our
cover. So try your hand and enter
The 1994 Chanukah Art Contest Winner
Aisfi jn Thi's :'ss!;e.
Noa lacob's winning entry.
NOON, DEC. 5
PARENT'S WORK PHONE
All entries will be displayed during Chanukah at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish Community Center.
No entry can be returned by mail. They may be
picked up at the JPM JCC after Chanukah ends.
Do Not Fold Your Artwork!
SEND TO THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS, 27676 FRANKLIN ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48034