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Los Alamos Youth Food Project gives youth opportunities to participate in the food project this summer. Youth can submit entries for a logo and slogan contest, increase their leadership skills in Garden Leadership, or explore the garden and its environment through iCare About Gardening camp.
LAYFP is a youth-driven initiative. The project name was created and voted on by youth, the project is grant funded by the State Farm Youth Advisory Board and youth have the opportunity to voice their ideas and visions for LAYFP. LAYFP wants to continue youth input by having youth design a logo and slogan.
The logo and slogan contest is open to youth of all ages. The winner will receive a prize and their logo will be on promotional items such as bags, hats, T-shirts and other items.
All entries must be submitted by 9 p.m., May 31. Paper entries should be delivered to The Family YMCA’s front desk and electronic entries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Email original file and a pdf. All entries should have the contestant’s name, phone number and school on the back of the entry, or in the body of the email.
The Garden Leadership program (Wednesday afternoons June and July) is designed for youth ages 11 to 17 to build leadership skills through garden-focused projects.
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