2020 CHIP 101,9 Christmas drawing contest
Article published on 23 November 2020
last modification on 2 December 2020
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CHIP FM is inviting all kids from elementary schools, from kinder garden to 6th grade to participate in its Christmas coloring contest. Our theme this year is «Santa Clause».

To participate, here’s what you need to do….

Rules and Regulations:

You must draw a picture with our yearly theme in it.
1. Draw your picture on an 8 1/2 X 11 white sheet of paper.
2. You can use crayons of wood and felt-tip pens.
3. Arts and crafts, wax crayons, collage, copying of pictures (ex: coloring books), or other materials are not accepted.
4. Your drawing must be unique and original. The parents should not help the children. One drawing per person.
5. The date to return your drawing is December 18, 2020 at 4 p.m.
6. At the back of your drawing, you must absolutely write your name, complete address, age, your phone number and grade.
7. You can return your drawings in person or mail it to the Radio station located at 138, Principale Street in Fort-Coulonge, Québec, J0X 1V0 or return it to your teacher.

Total prizes to be won: $1000 in cash!! WOW!

The drawings will be judged on originality and the effort rendered.

There will be 3 categories: Ages 5 to 7, 8 to 10 and 11 to 13 (primary schools only). In each category there will be a first, second and third prize.

The winners will be contacted by telephone by our very own Santa-Clause live on air on Tuesday December 22, 2020 between 6:30 and 7:00 p.m. so make sure your home and waiting by the phone to listen if you’ve won.

The winner’s drawings will also be posted on our website at www.chipfm.com. The lines will then be open for the children to call in LIVE ON AIR and speak to Santa Clause.

For more information visit our website at www.chipfm.com or call us at 819-683-3155 or toll free at 888-775-3155.
Good luck to everyone!

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