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Art contest encourages students to explore the power of self-expression

Dealine to submit art is Dec. 17

Posted on November 30, 2021

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SPRINGFIELD — Illinois children are getting a chance to use their artistic talents to explore the importance of self-expression, thanks to the annual statewide art contest sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and the Illinois State Board of Education.

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