COLUMBUS - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) has announced a “Celebrating Ohio Art Contest” for those in the 6th House District. The program is a way to recognize the artistic talents of 4th grade students from across the district. The winning piece of Ohio-themed artwork will then be professionally framed and displayed in Rep. Anielski’s office at the Ohio House of Representatives. All other submissions will be sent to Ohio veterans.


“I look forward to viewing the masterpieces the students will create on our great state of Ohio,” Rep. Anielski said.


The deadline to submit artwork is Monday, December 2nd. Artwork must fit in a standard sized 8" x 10" frame and be Ohio themed. Examples of Ohio themes include but are not limited to:


• The state bird
• The state flower
• The state motto
• The state flag
• Famous Ohioans


Please send your artwork with the following information written on the back to:


Student and Parent Name, School, Teacher, Address, Telephone number


Representative Marlene Anielski
77 South High Street, 12th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215


 


 


 


 


 

 
 
 
  
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