2nd Annual Environmental Film Festival

I just received an email some of you might be interested in:

To Whom It May Concern:

We’ve got a great opportunity for your students to use their creative talents to make their voices heard on an environmental topic that’s
important to them.

As part of the 2nd Annual Environmental Film Festival, the Green Ideas Network and the City of Surrey are launching a Student Video Contest. Student submissions will be eligible to win $500 in cash, along with lots of great prizes.  Winning entries will be screened to the public at Simon Fraser University’s Surrey Campus.  Contest entries are due by March 30th.

We ask that you please forward the attached information as widely as possible to any students that may be interested.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.  We’d be happy to supply hardcopy posters and entry forms, should you need them.  Thank you for your assistance with this exciting project!

Sincerely,

Camille Andrews
Environmental Stewardship Coordinator
Urban Forestry & Environmental Programs
Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture

Ph: 604 501-5158
Fax: 604 501-5177
E-mail: CLAndrews@surrey.ca

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