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December 21, 2013

2014 Queen City Road Race competition begins with Art Contest

The Queen City Road Race Art Contest is underway for students in grades 1st through 5th.  Two semi-finalists from each participating school will be selected and awarded an art kit and certificate.  Among those semi-finalists will be the top three finalists who will also win a Subway party for their art class. As well as those prizes, the first place winning artist will win a framed poster of their artwork, an official race t-shirt featuring their artwork and $100 for their art class.

Artwork may be done in any medium (pencil, marker, crayon, etc.), although there is a 5 color use maximum. Simple designs are encouraged, and copyrighted material will not be accepted. Lastly, art must be on 8 1/2×11 paper or canvas; no construction paper.

All completed artwork must be submitted to the Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department at 102 Public Square no later than 4:30 p.m. on January 10. Art teachers may arrange for pick-ups at schools no later than January 10.

The Queen City Road Race, sponsored by Cumberland Bank and Trust, will take place Saturday, May 3rd at 8 a.m. The event will include a 5k, 7k, and One Mile Movement.

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