Lancaster County C.A.S.E 2014 Poster Contest

Are your kids artistic and creative?  Now is their chance to create a poster that could be the new face of Lancaster County C.A.S.E’s “Speak Up, Speak Out” campaign.  Lancaster County Campaign Against the Sexual Exploitation of Children better known as C.A.S.E announced its 2014 theme and poster contest on Monday.  This year’s theme is meant to encourage children and adults to speak out about being safe and to speak up if they believe they or someone they know is being abused.

Scott Martin, Lancaster County Commissioner says, “It’s actually really a part of the core mission is not only to be that community that rejects child sexual exploitation and abuse, but one that really tells folks that we do need to speak out.  It’s just another way to promote what the mission of this organization is and the good work they are doing.”

Children in grades K-12 who are residents of Lancaster County are eligible to participate in the contest.

Poster designs must be completed by April 21st.

The judges will then select 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners from four different age divisions.

For complete contest rules, details, and to see past winners posters visit: