T-Shirt Design Contest for Tobacco-Free Kids Starts Feb. 10
The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will be rallying against smoking during Tobacco-Free Kids Week, Feb. 10-16. This is the 18th year for youth to participate. A highlight of the week will include a design contest for a Tobacco-Free Kid T-shirt. The top winners in three age categories will get custom printed Tees for their sponsoring group and an iPod touch.
Smoking Stinks is part of the Learn to Live campaign from the health department.
In previous years, students have not only created artwork for the T-shirt
competition, but also signed no-smoking pledges at their school. Each year, about 130 groups—including schools—hol anti-tobacco activities for more than 71,000 youths. Again this year, all county schools and community groups are invited to participate.
Learn more about Tobacco-Free Kids by checking out the Smoking Stinks website with facts, downloadables, trivia games, anti-tobacco displays, presentations, games and more.