Missing Children Poster Contest
Each year the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) takes time to commemorate the valiant and unselfish acts of the many organizations and individuals who bring our missing children home. Since 1983, May 25th has been designated as National Missing Children’s Day. May 25th is the anniversary of when Etan Patz went missing in 1979. Every year DOJ sponsors a national poster contest and announces the winner at the annual National Missing Children’s Day Ceremony in Washington, DC. The winner of this national contest, along with his or her teacher and parents, are brought to Washington, DC to attend this special ceremony.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is the state contest manager for Colorado. The contest is open to all 5th grade students and you are invited to join us in our efforts to educate children across the country about safety issues.
For further information visit the National Missing Children's Day page at http://www.ojjdp.gov/missingchildrensday/.
Attention 5th Graders!
2017 National Missing Children's Day Poster Contest
DEADLINE EXTENDED: NOMINATIONS DUE BY FEBRUARY 17, 2017
The 2017 National Missing Children's Day Poster Contest has started. 5th graders who are interested in participating can created a poster which includes the slogan "Bring Our Missing Children Home". Please see below flyer and application for further information and poster requirements. Posters need to be received at CBI by Friday, February 17, 2017. The posters can be mailed to:CBI attn: Poster Contest 690 Kipling St. Ste. 4000 Lakewood, CO 80215
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