Rockford Kiddos – It’s Time to Design Mayor McNamara’s Holiday Card
With Winter quickly approaching, many people are already prepping for the Holiday season. One of those people is Rockford Mayor Tom McNamara! Each year, the mayor sends out a winter holiday greeting card, but it's not just any card, it's one designed by someone from the community.
This year is no different, Mayor McNamara said he’d like to use a card designed by a Rockford elementary or middle school student again. Here's the guidelines -
- Design should be secular or appropriate for all religions and should help capture the feeling of the holiday spirit in Rockford.
- Artwork must be original and no larger than 8.5” x 11”.
- Design should be created with crayon, water colors, paints, pencil, ink, markers, or colored pencil, so that the winning art can be easily reproduced.
- The mayor will have some experts help him choose the winner.
And if you win, your card will be sent out to a ton of companies and organizations that help make our community great. Not only that, you also win some pretty cool stuff. Here's what the winner will receive -
- Their design/name on the holiday card and 10 copies of the card
- A $25 gift card to Beef-A-Roo
- A $25 gift card to Rockford Art Deli
Submissions must be received in the Mayor’s Office no later than November 6, 2020, for consideration. Here's where you can send in your card -
City of Rockford Mayor’s Office
425 East State Street
Rockford, IL 61104
Entries should include your child's name, address, phone number, school, grade, and age.