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.

Davidsonville Elementary students signed the no-smoking pledge in 2011.

 

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

Central Elementary produced an honorable mention in the T-shirt contest in 2012.

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.

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