2016 Fifth Grade Poster Contest

 

During its meeting on May 12, Fifth Students along with their families, teachers and school administrators were joined by City Councilmember Michael Kotowski and members of the Civic Improvement Commission during a special awards ceremony at City Hall.  

Ten fifth graders from St. Lucy Parish School, Castlemont Elementary School and Delphi Academy were recognized for best conveying this year’s theme of “What I Love about Campbell” in their artwork. This year's first place poster depicted “Campbell” in large, intricately decorated letters featuring various City landmarks and locations. The first place winner received a customized mountain bike courtesy of Ric Paul, owner of the Wheel Away Cycle Center in Campbell. 

All 37 hand-drawn posters submitted during this year’s contest will be on display at the Wheel Away Cycle Center, Recycle Bookstore and Campbell Library until June 3.  

Wheel Away Cycle Center                         Hash House Restaurant
The Art Beat                                              Jalisco Mexican Food
Campbell Historical Museum                     Mr. Pickle's Sandwich Shop
Capers Restaurant                                     Recycle Bookstore
Chef Ko Cuisine                                         Sports Basement
City Pizza                                                   Frost Cupcake Factory                             
The Garrett-Campbell  

The CIC’s annual poster contest is open to all fifth grade students residing in Campbell or attending a public or private school in Campbell. Winning entries were chosen based on neatness, legibility, spelling, grammar and adherence to the contest theme of “What I Love about Campbell.”

The Civic Improvement Commission appreciates all the artwork submitted by this year’s participants and the support of their families, teachers and schools.