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Posted on: April 8, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Poster Contest for Internet Safety Awareness Open to Lancaster County Students


Lancaster County Campaign Against the Sexual Exploitation of Children (CASE) has announced the opening of its annual student poster contest.

Any Lancaster County student, grades K-12, are eligible to enter a poster on this year’s theme: the dangers of online posting and being responsible online.

All entries must include the theme slogan “Think B4 U Post” and include a pinwheel.

Entries must be postmarked by April 30 to be eligible for judging.

Winners will be awarded in several age divisions and categories. A reception will be held May 18, where the winners will receive recognition and prizes.

For complete information, including contest rules and entry forms, visit CASE’s website at

The CASE mission is to engage the Lancaster County community in protecting our children against sexual exploitation and abuse, and to empower all people to speak out against offenders.

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