September 25, 2009
Glacier National Park Invites Students to
Celebrate, Inspire, and Engage Through Art for a Postcard Contest
Glacier National Parks Education Program and the Glacier Association are again sponsoring a postcard contest for K-12 students. As Glacier approaches its 100th anniverary, the focus for this years contest relates to the Centennial themes of Celebrate, Inspire, and Engage. In particular, to engagement as the next 100 years of Glaciers future depends on the participation of todays youth in helping to protect and preserve park resources.


The purpose of the poscard contest is to promote learning and stewardship of Glacier National Park through the creation of messages from local students to future Glacier National Park visitors. First place winning entries in each category will be made into postcards to be given to the visiting public at Glacier Association bookstores throughout the park.

Winners will be announced by the end of November. The first place winning entry in each category will receive a Glacier Association gift certificate for $25 and be made into a free postcard to be handed out at Association sales areas. The second place winner will receive a $15 gift certificate. Third place and honorable mention entries in each category will receive a book from the Association.

The Glacier Association is a non-profit cooperating association of the National Park Service. Glacier Association helps to support Glacier National Parks educational, interpretive, cultural and scientific program needs.

For complete details, see: The 2009 postcard contest.


September 29, 2009

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