CLEARFIELD – Winners have been selected for the Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County’s coloring contest.
According to District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr., children, grades pre-K through 12, submitted artwork to the CAC-CC. It was then voted on during the April Chiefs of Police meeting.
The winners will be notified by the CAC-CC and will receive a copy of the 2020 CAC-CC calendar, once it’s published.
Shaw thanked all the students of Clearfield County who submitted artwork, noting that the CAC-CC received over 100 submissions.
The coloring contest and annual calendar provide a way for the children of Clearfield County to become involved with the CAC-CC, he said.
Shaw also thanked the chiefs of police for taking the time to vote on the winners.
Pictured, from left, are Shawn Burkhart, director, county probation; Greg Collins, warden, county Jail; William A. Shaw Jr., district attorney; Mike Churner, sheriff; Cpl. Adam Gibson, state police; Chief Doug Clark, Lawrence Township police; Chief Vincent McGinnis, Clearfield Borough police; Chief Mark Kelly, Curwensville Borough police; and Sgt, Greg Raybuck, state police.