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Princeton Y asks children to celebrate hometown superheroes; posters will be hung in front of the Y

The YMCA’s Donor Man is requesting submissions of artwork that the Y will collect to share with the community to express gratitude to all hometown superheroes: healthcare workers, first responders, mail carriers, grocery store workers, delivery professionals, etc.

 

The Y is asking children to assist in demonstrating the community’s appreciation to the people who are out and about every day, risking their own health, for the benefit of all of us – and to those who are on the front lines, helping neighbors who are struggling and in need of medical care and other supports.
Artwork should be on an 8.5-inch by 11-inch size paper in any medium: crayon, markers, colored pencils.

Submissions can be scanned electronic attachments in PDF or JPEG or other common image formats. Email as an attachment to contactus@princetonymca.org and indicate “Donor Man Call to Action” in the subject line. High resolution photos preferred.

Or, physically drop off a paper submission in the bin in front of the YMCA’s entry doors, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton.

Include your name, age, town and where you go to school.

The deadline for creations is 4 p.m. on April 17.

The submissions will be placed on the fence along Paul Robeson Place.
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