5th-grader Ella Hampshire of Driggs Elementary School in Holladay has been selected as the national winner of the 2022 Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl poster contest. This annual competition, sponsored by the National Garden Clubs, promotes awareness of fire and litter prevention to schoolchildren in grades 1-5. Pictured with the winning poster are Connie MacKay, the chairman […]
The winning Smokey Bear posters at the Rocky Mountain Region level have been selected by a panel of judges including a local artist from Park City and two U.S. Forest Service rangers. Three of the winners are from Utah, one is from Kansas, and one is from South Dakota. They will go on to compete […]
The Utah winners for the 2022 Smokey Bear poster contest have been chosen. Congratulations to Sabrina Reiser, Mara Singleton, Sloane Olsen, Chloe Christensen, Ella Hampshire, and Jane McPhie, from Howard Driggs Elementary School in Holladay. They were sponsored by the Neighborhood Garden Club.
The winners in the Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl poster contest have been chosen for the Rocky Mountain Region. Their posters will go on to compete at the national level. The following Utah students’ posters were selected as the winning entries: Milly Aboda, 1st grade. Seneca Kenwood, 2nd grade. Ada Holt, 3rd grade. Lucy Adair, 4th grade. […]
At the Winter Board Meeting of the UAGC today, winners were selected in the Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl poster contest, which is open to elementary school students in the 1st through 5th grades. The posters must contain an image of Smokey Bear with the motto “Only You Can Prevent Wildfires,” or Woodsy Owl with the motto […]
The Utah Associated Garden Clubs have chosen the winning entries in this year’s Smokey Bear poster contest. Because it is the 75th anniversary of Smokey Bear, all of the entries were required to depict Smokey this year (usually the children have a choice of drawing Smokey Bear or Woodsy Owl). The contest is open to […]
The Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl Poster contest, promoted to remind local schoolchildren in grades 1-5 of the importance of preventing wildfires, is now underway. Connie MacKay, UAGC President and Smokey Bear Chairman, reports that more than 370 entries have been received. Here’s a look at last year’s winners.