Green Up Day video contest on tap
VERMONT — For Green Up Day 2017, The Skinny Pancake will sponsor a video contest encouraging students 18 and younger to create an original video of what Green Up Day means to them. The winning video will receive a visit from The Skinny Pancake for a crepe party.
The Green Up Day Video Contest is open to all Vermont residents under the age of 18. Students are encouraged to be creative and to show how they participate in Green Up Day with their family or community or what it means to keep Vermont clean and green.
Green Up Day, a statewide volunteer event to clean up Vermont’s roadsides and public spaces, will be celebrated on Saturday, May 6.
All videos must be posted to Green Up Day Facebook page (www.facebook.com/GreenUpVermont/) by May 21 to be considered for the grand prize, a crepe party provided by The Skinny Pancake. Videos must be no longer than 60 seconds. The video with the most Likes and Shares will be the winner.
Always the first Saturday in May, this year May 6 marks 47 years of proudly continuing Vermont’s unique Green Up Day tradition. Volunteers statewide will come together in their communities to tackle trash and litter along roadsides, in public spaces, natural landscapes and waterways.
Vermont was the first state in the nation to designate one special day for cleaning the entire state. For “How to Participate” visit www.greenupvermont.org.
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