Ponca City News: Art Contest Announced

Mar 31, 2009
In The News

The annual Congressional Art Contest has kicked off, Congressman Frank Lucas announced.

A student from the Third District will be chosen to display a piece of his or her artwork in the U.S. Capitol and will receive three plane tickets to visit Washington, D.C., for an unveiling ceremony on June 25.

In addition, the winner may be eligible for a college scholarship.

"The Congressional Art Contest is a great opportunity for students in the Third District to be honored for their outstanding achievement in art," Lucas said. "I am very proud of the talent shown in the previous years’ winners and look forward to selecting a student for this year’s contest."

Final submissions must be delivered to Lucas by April 21. For more information, visit https://www.house.gov/lucas/art-competition.shtml. For drop-off locations or other questions, please contact Lynne Hill at (405) 373-1958.

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