Published on Sep 09, 2013 by Edgar Snyder

"My Holiday Wish" Coloring Contest Now Open to Local Students

2013 Coloring Contest

Elementary Students in Western PA Have Chance to Win $1,000 for Their School

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 9, 2013, Pittsburgh, PA - Elementary school students across Western Pennsylvania have the chance to earn cash for their school and themselves in the Edgar Snyder & Associates® "My Holiday Wish" Coloring Contest. In its 10th year, the prizes include a $1,000 cash donation to the winner's school, plus a $250 Visa Gift Card for themselves.

Edgar Snyder & Associates will feature the winner's artwork on the firm's 2013 holiday card. In addition to the grand prize, three runners-up will receive a $100 Visa Gift Card and will have their artwork featured on the back of the card. An outside panel of judges will review and select the winning illustrations.

Réka Götz of Marshall Elementary School in Wexford received last year's grand prize for her design featuring the word "HOPE," which holds a special meaning to her.

"For some people, the holidays are a sad time because they miss people they love," said Réka. "It gives them something good to think about. Also, not everyone has the same religious customs, so 'hope' is something all people can relate to."

The "My Holiday Wish" Coloring Contest is open to any elementary school student in Western Pennsylvania. Entries must be post-marked on or before October 25, 2013 to be eligible. View additional details and official contest rules.

Edgar Snyder & Associates is a law firm representing injury victims and people with disabilities, with offices in Altoona, Ebensburg, Erie, Johnstown, and Pittsburgh.

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2012 Winner

Additional Resources: Download the 2012 Winning Artwork by Marshall Elementary Student Réka Götz

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