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Be Tick Free! Contest


 

Dutchess County "Be Tick Free!" Media Contest (3/11/16 Deadline)
 

Contest Announcement Letter | FlyerGuidelinesOnline Submission Form


DBCH’s annual Be Tick Free! Media Contest challenges Dutchess County young people to create videos to promote tick-borne disease prevention. This contest utilizing video and computer animation rather than the printed posters previously done ("Be Tick Free!" Poster Contest Winners). For 2016, the contest challenges Dutchess County Middle School and Junior High School students to create and post a video public service announcement as a fun and creative way to learn more about tick bite prevention.

In 2016, the contest challenged Dutchess County Middle School and Junior High School students to create and post a video public service announcement as a fun and creative way to learn more about tick bite prevention.

All Dutchess County Middle School and Junior High School students were eligible to submit a 30- or 60-second public service announcement. Winner(s) will be presented with an award from the Department of Behavioral & Community Health and the Tick Task Force at the May meeting of the Dutchess County Legislature.

2016 BTF! Media Contest Winner - Spark Media Project


 

Margaret Hirst, LCSW-R,Acting Commissioner Behavioral & Community Health Margaret Hirst, LCSW-R
Acting Commissioner Behavioral & Community Health
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