poster contestSecondary students in Grey and Bruce Counties have a chance to win an i-Pad and other prizes through the Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services Student Poster Contest. The poster contest, brought to you by the Keystone Youth Board, is meant to showcase youth and their creative skills while helping to raise awareness for mental health and well-being.

Keystone's Youth Board Co-Chair, Chloe Eke says, "The poster contest is a creative way to encourage mental wellness, while directing youth to Keystone if they feel they may need resources to improve their mental health".

Students are encouraged to use any medium to create their poster. Whether it is paint, sketching or graphic design, the contest provides an outlet for youth to express themselves and bring their voice to important mental health conversations.

The poster contest is open to all secondary students in Grey and Bruce Counties.

Contest Rules:

· Entries must have a theme promoting mental health and well-being

· Entries must contain the Keystone website, phone number and logo

· Entries must be done on legal sized paper (Approximately 8.5" x 14")

To submit an entry, students can drop the poster off at their secondary school guidance office or at any Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services office.

Deadline for submissions is March 9th, 2018 with the winners being announced during Children's Mental Health week in May 2018.

Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services is the designated lead children's mental health agency in Grey and Bruce Counties. They are a voluntary, non-profit prevention and counseling agency supporting children, youth and families in Grey/Bruce.

source: media release, Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services




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