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Join the chalk challenge

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Media Release - 2 September 2021

Campbelltown residents are being encouraged to tap into their creative genes and participate in the Campbelltown Cares Chalk Challenge at home.

People can create a colourful chalk artwork on their driveways or windows and enter a competition by submitting their art on Council’s website.

The community can show their support for their favourite chalk artwork each week on Facebook for the People’s Choice Award. A panel of judges will also select a Judge’s Choice Award with all competition winners being announced in the first week of October

 “This is a great way to brighten up your day at home and get creative with the kids while connecting with the rest of the community during this difficult period,” Mayor George Brticevic said.

“I’m looking forward to seeing the amazing chalk art displayed all over our city through our social media pages,” he said.

Categories include:

  • Best Activity Artwork
  • Most kind/positive messaging
  • Most artistic design

All entries will go into the draw to win one of six $100 Prezzee e-gift cards.

Residents can also share their art on Facebook tagging @campbelltowncity or using the hashtag #campbelltowncares.

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