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3996189To celebrate the upcoming 20th annual River Rally, the City of Santa Clarita is welcoming local kindergarten through sixth grade students to create an original design to be featured on the 2014 event T-shirt. Under the theme “Happy 20th Birthday River Rally,” participants are encouraged to illustrate the importance of River Rally and how it protects our local environment.

The River Rally T-shirt contest is open now through August 22, 2014. The winner will be notified by September 5 and the winning artwork will be printed on T-shirts handed out to all volunteers at the 20th Annual River Rally & Environmental Expo on Saturday, September 20, 2014.

Each River Rally T-shirt design may feature up to six colors and may not exceed 8”x 8” in size. Any art medium will be accepted, including markers, crayons water colors and paint. One entry will be accepted per artist. Completed designs and entry forms must be submitted in high resolution via email to ljardine@santa-clarita.com or environment@santa-clarita.com. To view and download the art contest template and official entry form, visit GreenSantaClarita.com.

“The City of Santa Clarita goes to great lengths to protect our local environment, including hosting eco-minded events like River Rally,” said Mayor Laurene Weste. “The River-Rally T-shirt art contest is a fun way to inspire creativity and community involvement in River Rally, which helps protect one of the one of the last natural river systems remaining in Southern California.”

River Rally brings together thousands of Santa Clarita residents each year to clean up a portion of the Santa Clara River, which is home to several endangered species, archaeological sites and historical landmarks. Since 1994, River Rally volunteers have collected more than 387,000 pounds of trash and debris from the Santa Clara River and its tributaries, helping to preserve the longest free-flowing river in Southern California and a major water source for the Santa Clarita Valley.

The 20th Annual River Rally clean-up will be held on Saturday, Sept. 20. from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Santa Clara River near Wiley Canyon Road and Via Princessa bridge. For more information on the River Rally T-shirt contest, please contact Laura Jardine at (661) 255-4376 or visit GreenSantaClarita.com.

 

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