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Wed January 15, 2014
KSP Conducting Missing Children Poster Contest
Fifth grade students from around Kentucky are eligible to compete in the National Missing Children's Day Poster contest.
The contest is sponsored by the U.S. Justice Department. Kentucky State Police will select one nominee from the state to participate in the national competition.
The nominee will receive an Award of Excellence and their poster will be prominently displayed at the Kentucky State Fair.
The contest uses the theme "Bringing Our Missing Children Home."
The winner will be determined in April and will receive a U.S. Savings Bond and a free trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in the National Missing Children's Day ceremony.
Kentucky fifth graders can enter the contest by submitting their posters to KSP headquarters by February 18.