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The "I Love My Neighborhood" Poster Contest was created in 1994 to educate students and their families about civic responsibility and neighborhood pride. Standards aligned lessons and activities are provided in a teacher's guide where students learn about the sources of litter and pollution prevention. Over the years, the contests has addressed themes relating to graffiti and litter prevention, increasing neighborhood pride, and encouraging community recycling.
The 2015, 22nd Annual theme addresses the importance of historical preservation,
"I ❤ Historical Glendale".

Each year the poster contest receives thousands of entries and each year the judges have a difficult time selecting the finalists. After careful consideration to ensure each participant followed all guidelines, finalists are chosen from each participating school, park, or community-based organization. From these finalists, a Grand Prize winner is selected and unveiled at the awards reception and ceremony at the end of March or beginning of April.

Congratulations to our top three 2015 winners!
Grand Prize Winner, Anahit Sukiasyan - John Marshall Elementary School
Second Place Winner, Isabella Durand - Salem Lutheran School
Third Place Winner, Steven Carris - Valley View Elementary School

The top three finalists in the "I Love My Neighborhood" Poster Contest are awarded a tree planting courtesy of Glendale Clean & Beautiful, Inc.

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