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Enter a design contest for reusable bags

Original post made on Apr 3, 2012

Budding Rembrandts, Picaassos an Monets can take part in the "All Things Danville" reusable shopping bag contest. Show in your art all that makes Danville such a great town; the winning entry will best demonstrate the ultimate experiences of the town of Danville. A PDF of the flier for the contest is available for view and download on the Town's web page. All applications must be received by April 28. Call 314-3369 or visit www.danville.ca.gov.

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Posted by spcwt, a resident of Danville
on Apr 3, 2012 at 1:45 pm

"All things Danville" sounds a bit haughty. And wordy. How about calling it, "Danville Things" instead?


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