Clearfield, PA – It was a difficult decision, but the Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County has selected the winners of their annual coloring contest.
More than 100 kids in grades Pre-K through 12th submitted artwork.
The chiefs of police throughout Clearfield County were asked to vote on the winners, whose artwork will then be used in the 2020 CAC-CC calendar.
The winners will be notified soon and will each receive a copy of the calendar with their artwork.
District Attorney William Shaw Jr. wants to thank all the kids who submitted their artwork, and to the chiefs who made the hard decision on which art would be featured in the calendar.
The advocacy center is a place where kids can be interviewed about abuse in a more comfortable, home-like setting, making it a little easier to talk about the traumatizing situations just once instead of going through a variety of emotional interviews.
DA SHAW: WINNERS SELECTED FOR CAC COLORING CONTEST
Clearfield – District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced today that winners of the 2020 Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County (CAC) coloring contest have been selected.
Shaw explained that children in grades Pre-K through 12 submitted artwork to the CAC-CC for the coloring contest. The artwork was voted on during the April Chiefs of Police meeting. The winners will be notified by the CAC-CC and will receive a copy of the 2020 CAC-CC Calendar once published.
Shaw thanked all the students of Clearfield County that submitted artwork. Shaw reported that the CAC-CC received over 100 submissions for consideration. The coloring contest and annual publication of a calendar provide a way for the children of Clearfield County to become involved with the CAC-CC. Shaw thanked the Chiefs of Police for taking the time to vote on the winners.