Monday, October 26, 2020

Turkey Coloring Contest 2020 – Open Through Nov. 5

Opens Rec & Golf Services webpageRecreation and Golf Services in partnership with the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club are hosting the annual Turkey Coloring Contest for children grades K-5th. The contest began October 7 and ends November 5 at 12 pm.

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Contest details:

  • Ages K-5th grade
  • Materials to be used: crayons, markers or colored pencils only
  • Be sure to complete both pages and submit to the drop off at west entrance of the Community Center or email recdept@coronado.ca.us
  • Contest deadline for submission is Thursday, November 5, at 12 pm
  • Winners will be announced November 17 at the City Council meeting and prizes will be mailed

Coloring sheet & instructions are available to pick up from the bottom drawer of the drop-box oven located at the West entrance of the Community Center.

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To print from home, go to the Recreation and Golf Services website to download your turkey coloring sheet, or click HERE.

The entries will be shared in this photo album: https://www.yogile.com/turkey_coloring_contest/

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For more information, contact Recreation and Golf Services at (619) 522-7342.

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