CG – Youth Creativity Contest – GCSPC

Calhoun-Gordon Library is encouraging teens from 11-18 to participate in the Gordon County Suicide Prevention Coalition’s Youth Creativity Contest

The library is only promoting this cause. Prizes, entries, and works will go through the Gordon County Suicide Prevention Coalition.

2015 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Creativity Contest

Gordon County Suicide Prevention Coalition (GCSPC) is sponsoring a creativity contest to promote Children’s Mental Health. The theme is “Stand Up for Mental Health.” There are two categories: Writing and Poster creation. Winners will be recognized on Thursday, June 4, at the Gordon County Interagency Council meeting. The winners’ work will be framed and displayed at the Harris Arts Center from June 15 – June 30 in the Community Room. They will also be posted on the Family Connection Gordon County website. Submissions in each category will reviewed and winner selected by the GCSPC.

Contest Eligibility

All Gordon County Middle, ages 11 – 14, and High School, ages 15 – 18, students are eligible to
participate.

Contest Theme: “Stand Up for Mental Health”

Students are encouraged to draw or write showing how they help themselves and others stand
up for mental health.

Contest Category Rules
Posters

  • Must be an original artwork that combines drawings/pictures and/or words to express
    the contest theme.
  • Materials used may include pencil, ink, charcoal, crayon, markers, pastel, paint, mixed
    media, collage, or similar 2D media.
  • Poster must fit on a standard 8½” x 11″ sheet of paper. Larger or smaller work will be
    disqualified.
  • First and last name of student and age must be included on the back of the poster.

Writing

  • Entry must be a story, essay, or poem based on the contest theme and no longer
    than 350 words.
  • Entry must be typed or, if handwritten, must be legible.
  • Please ask an adult to review spelling and grammar for errors prior to submission.
  • First and last name of student and age must be included on the back of the page.

Judging

Judging will be based on originality, creativity, and how well your entry expresses the contest
theme. The judges will select the top submissions for each category and age groups, 11 – 14
years and 15 – 18 years.

How to Enter

Each entry must be submitted with the contest entry form. If a participant would like their entry
displayed and/or published for GCSPC use, a parent or guardian must sign the contest entry
form granting consent for the use of the participant’s work. A copy of this form is available by
or calling 706-602-5139.

  • All paper entries must have the name of the student and age on the back.
  • Entries must be received by 6:00 PM, Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Entries may be sent by postal mail to:
GCSPC Creativity Contest
% Family Connection Gordon County
380 Barrett Road
Calhoun, GA 30701

Entries, once submitted, become the property of GCSPC, and may be used for the purpose of
promoting awareness of children’s mental health issues. Entries may be posted to Family
Connection Gordon County web site and used in promotional materials.

April 29, 2015

See attached PDFs below to obtain the entry form and to print out the directions.
2015 Youth Art Contest Directions
Creativity Contest Entry

CM – Mother’s Day Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents a Mother’s Day Story Time: May 6th at 10:30 am

Join us for stories about the moms we love so much!

10:30am every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for preschool-age kids. An adult must remain with children attending story time. If a child engages in disruptive behavior, the adult must remove him/her from the session.

We now have a picnic table built by Boy Scouts Troop 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

CG – Computer Class: Intermediate Computers

Calhoun-Gordon Library presents a computer class: Intermediate Computers

Join us as we learn about a computer’s storage and how to organize and save files. A USB flash drive is required.

Register for classes at the front desk. There are a limited number of seats, so reserve yours today! You must be registered to attend.

For more information, call 706-624-1456!

CM – May Day Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents May Day Story Time: April 29th at 10:30 am

Join us for stories about the month of May!

10:30am every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for preschool-age kids. An adult must remain with children attending story time. If a child engages in disruptive behavior, the adult must remove him/her from the session.

We now have a picnic table built by Boy Scouts Troop 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

DW – LTTC Class Registration: May 2015

Fields marked with a * are required.

Please click the box beside the classes you wish to attend:

No computer experience is required for this class. Learn how to use a mouse, become familiar with the keyboard, and learn about other parts of the computer.

Basic computer skills are required. Learn how to access the internet using different search engines and create your own e-mail account.

Basic computer skills and USB storage device required (there will be USB devices for sale). Find out how your computer is organized. Learn how to open and save files, and use storage devices.

Basic computer skills are required. Learn how to navigate Facebook and its security settings to ensure safe posting.

Basic computer skills are required. Learn how to use the new Makerbot Replicator 5th Generation 3D printer and some free software to make three-dimensional prints of your own creations. This class is for teens between 6th and 12th grade only.

Basic computer skills are required. Learn how to use the new Makerbot Replicator 5th Generation 3D printer and some free software to make three-dimensional prints of your own creations.

Basic computer skills are required. Learn how to create professional documents such as resumes, letters, legal documents, brochures, and more.

Basic computer skills are required Learn how to create an interactive presentation by incorporating images, sounds, videos, text, and charts.

Basic computer skills are required Learn how to organize, format, and calculate data with formulas using a spreadsheet system broken up by rows and columns.