CAPNM announces 2023 art calendar contest for students
News from CAPNM
KALISPELL — Community Action Partnership of Northwest Montana (CAPNM) is currently sponsoring its fifth annual Calendar Art Contest within Flathead, Lake, Lincoln, and Sanders Counties and we are inviting all students from K-12 to participate. The contest is for students to submit artwork depicting what energy conservation means to them. We encourage students to be creative and design a work of art showing any type of energy conservation; electric, water, heat, recycling, etc. A 12-month 2024 calendar created from the 13 winning pieces will be used to promote Energy Conservation throughout the year. The cover and each month will be represented by a different student’s artwork.
Entries must be postmarked or submitted to CAPNM’s main office in Kalispell by 5 p.m. on May 19 at 214 Main St., Kalispell, MT 59901. Winners will be announced and prizes will be given out no later than June 2. Students with the 13 pieces of artwork selected for the calendar and their art teacher will each receive a $50 gift card. All artwork submitted must have the students name, grade, and contact information. CAPNM reserves the right to extend the deadline date of the contest, depending on number of submissions.
CAPNM’s mission is to provide direct services, advocate to alleviate poverty, improve lives and strengthen our communities. CAPNM serves Lake, Lincoln, Flathead and Sanders counties through Community Services, Education and Training, Financial Literacy, Fuel Assistance, Housing and Weatherization programs.
We look forward to another successful art contest!