As part of the City of Powder Springs’ “One Book — One City” campaign, the City of Powder Springs is holding a bookmark design contest. The deadline is soon (November 30), but if you work fast you can still make it.
Cobb Public Library tweeted the following announcement of the contest:
As part of the One Book – One City campaign, Powder Springs Library is holding a Bookmark Design Contest. Design an original bookmark based on the book Why We Fly by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal or a topic of your choice. Submit your design and an entr… https://t.co/v7UyBDdP2W pic.twitter.com/oYdRenWta3— Cobb County Public Library (@cobblibrary) November 28, 2021
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The tweet reads, “As part of the One Book – One City campaign, Powder Springs Library is holding a Bookmark Design Contest. Design an original bookmark based on the book Why We Fly by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal or a topic of your choice.”
Submit the design and entry form to the Powder Springs Library by November 30. The contest is open to grades 6-12 and to adults age 18+.
There will be two winners in each category. Winners will be announced on December 10 and will have their bookmarks printed and made available at the library.
About the City of Powder Springs
The U.S. Census Bureau gives the following quick facts about the City of Powder Springs:
2019 Population Estimates 15,758
Median Household Income $ 69,807
Persons in poverty, percent 6.9 %
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate or higher 93.0 %
Persons without health insurance, percent 2.0 %
Median Housing Value $ 167,500
Total Housing Units 5,426
Number of Firms 1,775
Male Median Income $ 33,000
Female Median Income $ 30,607
Percent of households with a broadband Internet subscription 87.6 %