Kids Eat Kale Contest
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The Farm-to-School Harvest of the Month Program is featuring locally grown kale in March. Kale will be served for lunch in all Whatcom County public schools. This contest is designed to complement and promote this endeavor. It’s time to dispel the myth that kids don’t eat kale.
The contest asks participants to choose as many ways as they can think of to eat kale and document it. Photos should be taken of participants in the act of eating the vegetable that grows year-round in Whatcom County — one photo for each of the different ways kale has been eaten.
Submissions are due by 5:00 p.m. April 4, 2012. All entries must be accompanied by the “Kids Eat Kale Contest Submission Form” found online at www.whatcomfarmtoschool.org.
A $50 cash prize will be awarded to the winner in each category. Plus, winners will have their photo(s) published in the 2012 Harvest Dinner Cookbook, and receive a free copy of the cookbook.
To submit entries, please see the directions below:
Email: Email your photos with the completed Submission Form to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
- In the subject line write “Kids Eat Kale Contest”
- Please name your photos, or write a brief description of each photo so judges know what you are eating. Example: “eating kale salad.jpg”; or “Photo 0011.jpg is of me eating a kale and cheese sandwich.”
Mail or Hand Deliver: Alternatively, you can deliver or mail hard copies of photos with the completed Submission Form to:
Whatcom Community Foundation
119 Grand Ave., Suite A
Bellingham, WA 98225
Attn: Kids Eat Kale Contest
- If mailing in a hard copy, please write your name on the back of each photo.
- If you would like your photographs returned, please encllose a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Questions about the contest? Contact Priscilla Brotherton, email@example.com.