On May 12th in Houston, Texas dozens of school-age children, grades 1st to 12th were honored for their participation in The Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command’s 120th Anniversary Citywide Art Contest. First, Second and Third place winners received an award for their achievements and have been invited to celebrate with their families at the Central Library in downtown Houston.
Through a partnership with the Houston Public Library system, the winning entries will be on display at the Central Library through June 20, 2009. The Citywide Art Contest was open to all school-age children living in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties, and was held in honor of the nonprofit organization’s 120th anniversary this year. If you’re in the area, stop by to see the artwork of these talented kids!
The 120th Anniversary Citywide Art Contest was held in honor of The Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command’s first 12 decades of service to the local region and was open to all school-age children living in Harris, Fort Bend, and Montgomery counties. Winners were selected by Salvation Army staff and The Salvation Army Greater Houston Advisory Board.