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Crime Stoppers Poster Contest Winner Announced

Web posted on February 13, 2015

Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington is pleased to announce the winner of their Student Poster Contest.

Patrick Karrow, a Grade 9 student at Wellington Heights Secondary School in Mount Forest, submitted a dynamic and engaging entry. He received a $500 prize sponsored by Rotary Club of Guelph Wellington, as well as a $25 gift certificate from Wyndham Art Supplies in Guelph.

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From left: CSGW Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter, Rotary Club Guelph Wellington President Brad Barbour, Patrick Karrow, and CSGW Board member Rob Mattice.

The student poster is striking and colorful with an animated/graphic novel feel to it. It adopts the Crime Stoppers palette and will work well with the program's existing broad distribution poster. The message to students is that "IT ALL MATTERS!!!" and that no tip is too small, something CSGW strongly advocates.

The student posters will be distributed throughout schools in the City of Guelph and County of Wellington.


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