Change The World for Pets Writing and Art Contest


 

In partnership with Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office Animal Abuse Unit & Baltimore’s Child Magazine

 

 

 

Children ages 6-17 are invited to demonstrate their amazing originality and technical skill by use of prose, poetry or visual art in drawing or sculpture.

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

Age Group 6-8
Catelyn Coons, 3-D Art and Poem,
Daniel Sampson, Essay and Drawing and Photo
Chaya Jacobs, Essay and Drawing
David L., Essay and Drawing

Age Group 9-12
Leora Collis, Art
Henry Stewart, Drawing and Essay
Surya Rajkumar, Essay

Age 13-16
Wriley Katcoff, Poetry 

Honorable Mentions:
Ryan Higley 
Skanda Rajkumar
Hannah Sefret
Cadence L.
Grace C.

 

Congrats to all!  There were so many wonderful entries.  We wish we could award them all.  

 

 

Here’s how:

In 250 words or less, or using a drawing or sculpture (submit a photo), express your feelings about “What is A Happy Pet?”. Express the role of treating pets with respect, kindness, tolerance and compassion. There will be a 1st place winner in each of 3 age categories: ages 6-9, 10-13, 14-17.

First prize winners will be announced in Baltimore’s Child Magazine and have the opportunity to read their work or display their art at DOGFEST 2019 on September 21st. Only one submission per person please. Please note that any contestant found to plagiarize or violate copyright will be disqualified. No profanity will be accepted in a submission. Work should be solely that of the student contestant. Judging will be blind and judges will consist of members of the animal rescue community, educators and media personalities.

Winners to be announced on or about July 25, 2019. For further information please contact Dr. Heather M. Friedman at education@bmorehumane.org

How to enter:
Submissions can be made for the “Change the World For Homeless Pets and Pets in Need Writing Contest” online through this link or mail to: Baltimore Humane Society, B-more Humane Heroes Writing Contest 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, Maryland 21136.

Deadline: July 1, 2019

Please note that any contestant found to plagiarize or violate copyright will be disqualified. Work should be solely that of the student contestant. Child must have parental or guardian permission. No profanity will be accepted in a submission.

For further information, please contact Dr. Heather M. Friedman at education@bmorehumane.org


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