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KOB 4 Teams Up with AFR for Coloring Book Contest

KOB 4 Teams Up with AFR for Coloring Book Contest

Nicole San Roman
November 02, 2018 06:56 PM

If you're a student in the Albuquerque metro area who loves art--get ready to show the Duke City what you can do!

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Albuquerque Fire Rescue (AFR) is working on their 2019 Fire Safety Coloring Book, and they want to feature drawings from students. 

KOB 4 is teaming up with AFR for the coloring book contest that’s open to all K-12th grade students, including homeschooled students, across the Albuquerque metro area. Students are asked to draw something related to fire safety. 

Coloring Contest Details:

DEADLINE: Monday, December 3rd at 5pm

  • K-12 Students (Albuquerque Metro)
  • Drawings MUST be fire safety related and can include things like: 
    • Smoke Alarms
    • Fire Extinguishers
    • Arroyo Safety
    • Fire Escape Routes
    • Stop-Drop and Roll 
    • For more fire safety drawing ideas, click here.
  • Chosen drawings will be featured in AFR coloring book with student’s name and school listed! 
  • Scan and email drawings to: afrcoloringbook@cabq.gov

IMPORTANT: Remember, submit line-only drawings WITHOUT color. Make sure to include: student’s name, school and grade with submission.  

Artwork will be reviewed by AFR staff and winners will be notified by email. Please allow 4-6 weeks for the review process to be completed.

Additional questions: Call Lt. Albert Herren: (505) 764-6307

Good Luck! 
 

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Nicole San Roman

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