LCSD now accepting designs for T-shirt contest | Community Spirit
The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department and Lexington County Sheriff’s Foundation now are accepting designs from Lexington County high school students for the T-shirt that will be given to participants in the 2013 Jailbreak 5-K Run. The event raises money to benefit the Sheriff’s Foundation, which is a non-profit group that pays for equipment, training and other items that the Sheriff’s Department has difficulty acquiring in the governmental budget process.
Lexington County Sheriff James R. Metts and Lexington County Sheriff’s Foundation Board of Directors Chairman Jacob Cook said the student who submits the design that is chosen for use on the T-shirt will receive $200. The winner will be announced on the Sheriff’s Department Facebook page.
Metts and Cook encourage students to submit designs for the T-shirt. Designs will be accepted until Friday, March 1.
All submissions for the T-shirt design should include the student’s grade, full name, age, school that the student attends and contact information, Metts and Cook said. All submissions will become the property of the Sheriff’s Foundation and will be retained by the Sheriff’s Foundation.
Artwork for the T-shirt design must be submitted in Abobe Illustrator format, with colors limited to black, white, gray and one additional color that the student can choose, Metts and Cook said. Artwork can be submitted via email to Sheriff’s Department Social Media Coordinator Erik Murrah at firstname.lastname@example.org. Artwork also can be submitted in person to Murrah or Administrative Assistant Kandace “Kay” Wood at the Lexington County James R. Metts Law Enforcement Complex, 521 Gibson Road, Lexington.
Students who have questions or who would like additional information about the T-shirt design contest can contact Wood at her office at (803) 785-4017 or via email at email@example.com.