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Want to design the Mayor's Christmas card? Here's how

Elementary school-aged children are invited to design a Christmas card for the Mayor in this new competition, due Nov. 16
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Calling parents of all elementary-aged school children! 

The City of Sault Ste. Marie is launching its first Mayor’s Christmas Card Competition, and Mayor Christian Provenzano is inviting children to take part in a competition to design his annual Christmas card by submitting a holiday drawing.  

“Staying connected to friends and family has been more difficult than usual this year and a Christmas card is one way to show support and compassion for one another,” said Provenzano.  “Through this initiative we hope to encourage the festive spirit and the importance of connectedness, while also showcasing the talent of our local students.”  

Three winning designs will be chosen as the Mayor’s official 2020 Christmas card, and these cards will feature the winner’s drawing as well as name, age and school.

The winners will also receive a gift certificate and a copy of the Christmas card personally signed by the Mayor.  

For contest information and an entry form, go online to Entries will also be accepted through email at [email protected] or can be dropped off at Civic Centre reception. Be sure to include your name, age and school. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 15, and the winners will be announced Nov. 18. 

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