Trash Sculpture Competition to be held Dec. 5
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Pictured above and below are Trigg County entries from the 2011 Trash Sculpture Competition. As is the case this year, last year’s competition was held at the Trigg County Middle School Library.</i>
file photo/Cadiz Record

Pictured above and below are Trigg County entries from the 2011 Trash Sculpture Competition. As is the case this year, last year’s competition was held at the Trigg County Middle School Library.

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Trigg County Schools have received information on the Regional Recycling Trash Sculpture Competition to be held in 2012.

The purpose of the competition is to increase environmental awareness and stimulate creativity. All bottles, cans, paper and plastic we throw away can provide ample materials for students’ works of art.

Any child who is a resident of or attend school in the county in the Regional Recycling Corporation area can participate through their school and win prizes. Each school may enter their top three winners per division (lower elementary K-2, upper elementary 3-5, middle 6-8 and high school 9-12). Home school students can also enter.

Trigg County competitions will be Dec. 5, at the middle school library. All sculptures should be entered by 8:15 a.m. They will be judged that day and the top 3 in each school division will go onto the Regional Judging on Dec. 7 in Caldwell County.

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