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Hey kids! Do you have what it takes to win Missouri’s Bicentennial poster contest?

Vinnorma Shaw’s 1921 poster for the Missouri Centennial Exposition [Source: Missouri Bicentennial Commission]

The Missouri Bicentennial Commission has announced a poster contest for students in grades 3-12.

Judges will select four posters that best commemorate Missouri’s bicentennial and best interpret the theme: Sharing Missouri’s stories – past, present and future.

Each student entry must be sponsored by an eligible institution, which includes public and private schools, home-school networks and public libraries among other organizations.

Students may wish to work on their poster design while staying safe at home during the COVID-19 pandemic; then, coordinate with their school or local library at a later date to submit their poster entry.

The competition deadline is Oct. 31.

Judges will select two final designs from grades 3-6 and two from grades 7-12.

Additional details, including submission and creation requirements can be found at missouri2021.org

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