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February 14, 2014

Promote inclusion, win a Kindle Fire

Promote inclusion, win a Kindle Fire

Peak Community Services and Logansport Savings Bank are inviting third-grade students in Cass and Pulaski counties to participate in their Disability Awareness Month Poster Contest. The students are asked to create a poster promoting inclusion, creating public places for all or treating those with differences with respect.

The contest is part of Disability Awareness Month. Always held in March, the theme of this year’s month-long observance is “Dream to Dare,” which hopes to inspire and encourage everyone to challenge each other to rethink and revitalize communities.

Peak Community Services will provide poster materials or the poster can be submitted on an 11x17 sheet of paper. It is due Feb. 25 and can be mailed or dropped off at 1416 Woodlawn Ave. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The winners will be announced in March. The grand prize is a Kindle Fire provided by Logansport Savings Bank.

For more information, call Peak Community Services at 574-753-4104, ext. 129.

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