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The Massachusetts Office on Disability is pleased to announce our Holiday/Winter Scene Art Contest 2015.

We are inviting children across the Commonwealth ages 17 & under of all abilities to submit an original holiday/winter art scene that incorporates MOD’s mission of ensuring “equal participation in all aspects of life by persons with disabilities.”

Entries will be featured in a special MOD blog post. One submission will be selected as the cover of MOD’s official holiday greeting card for 2015 and others could appear in our upcoming Winter 2015-2016 newsletter or calendar!

Instructions:

The deadline to submit is November 17, 2015. Entries may be mailed to:

Massachusetts Office on Disability

One Ashburton Place

Room 1305

Boston, MA 02108

Attn: Art Contest

If you are creating your work electronically email a .jpg file to: mod-info@state.ma.us

Contest Terms:

Only one entry per person will be accepted.  This contest is open for Massachusetts residents only.

Deadline: Entries should be post-marked by November 17th 2015 to be eligible for the contest.

Important: Please click this link to download the submission form which must be included along with each entry. Parent/Legal Guardian permission is required.

You may also visit our Official Contest Page for details.

We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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