The Dunn County Partnership for Youth is please to present its second annual mental health awareness award ($500+), The Dark Side of the Moon: Shining Light on Mental Health. This project is dedicated to increasing awareness in our community and decreasing the stigma surrounding mental health issues.
Students are encouraged to create an art project that would ignite a positive conversation surrounding mental health issues. All high school students who attend a Dunn County school (including virtual and home school students) are eligible to participate. Possible projects include, but are not limited to: stories, videos, posters, paintings, skits, speeches, sculptures, origami, poems or songs.
Applications can be found at each high school and at the public libraries in Dunn County. For more information please contact Sheli Jo Metzger, Prevention Coordinator – Dunn County Partnership for Youth, at 715-235-4537 ext 224 or [email protected]. Finished projects must be submitted, along with an application by April 30, 2018 by 4:00 pm at Arbor Place Inc., 4076 Kothlow Ave, Menomonie WI 54751.
Print and complete this application and turn it in with the art project: PDF of 2017-2018 Dark Side of the Moon Award application