September 21, 2010
MADISON - A design featuring the silhouette of a kayaker on the water by Stephanie Cuzner, a senior last year at Waukesha South High School was the winning entry in the contest for the 2011 Wisconsin state park and forest annual vehicle admission sticker. The 2011 stickers will be available at park, forest and other Department of Natural Resources offices in December.
2011 Winning Design for Wisconsin State Park and Forest admission sticker
Runners-up in the 2011 sticker design contest were: Second Place - Owen Monsma, Madison Memorial High School and Third Place - Makenzie Flom from Cedarburg High School. The winning design is displayed on more than 150,000 vehicles. There were more than 300 entiries received for the 2011 contest.
In addition to seeing their design proudly displayed on more than 100,000 vehicles, the contest winner receives an engraved plaque, an annual vehicle admission sticker featuring their design and a state trail pass. The design contest, sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, is open to all high school age students attending public, private, or parochial schools in Wisconsin.
Aspiring artists in Wisconsin high schools can now begin submitting entries for the contest to have their original artwork selected as the design for the 2012 Wisconsin state park and forest vehicle admission sticker.
The contest is open to all high school age students attending public, private, or parochial schools in Wisconsin. The design must be the artist's own original creation and not copied or duplicated from previously published art, including photographs. Entries are accepted for the design contest through March 28, 2011.
Annual stickers are $25 for a Wisconsin resident, $10 for a Wisconsin resident 65 years of age and older, and $35 for a nonresident. Residency is determined by the license plate of the vehicle.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Wisconsin State Parks - (608)266-2181