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News Release
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Media Relations
   
   
Middle School Wins Traffic Safety Mural Contest

What:
Awards Presentation for Winners of Mural Contest Depicting the Importance of Traffic Safety.

When:
Thursday, April 28, 2005
9:00 a.m.

Where:
George Washington Carver Middle School (in the auditorium).

Who:
Captain Ann Young, Commanding Officer Central Traffic Division, Chief Alan Kerstein, Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department, Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA), and the National Hot Rod Association (SEMA).

Why:
The mural contest is an annual event open to any Los Angeles Unified School District Middle School. The contest requires art students to design and paint a wall size mural depicting themes of traffic safety and awareness in an effort to enhance the quality of life in their community. George Washington Carver Middle School art students were the winners of the art competition the students will honored and receive a $1000.00 prize at the awards presentation.



     
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