Project Sentry Logo Contest


By Rob Dew

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) --South Carolina's top federal prosecutor is sponsoring a contest for school children to design a logo for upcoming gun violence prevention publications.

U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles' office is sponsoring the 10th Annual Project Sentry Logo Contest. The statewide contest gives students a chance to show how they prevent gun violence in school by designing a logo for use on upcoming Project Sentry publications.

Any South Carolina student currently enrolled in elementary, middle or high school can enter. Winners in four grade categories receive a $50 savings bond. The overall winner receives an additional savings bond and is featured in Project Sentry publications.

The contest deadline is April 5. Applications and more information can be found online at .

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