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Posted November 16, 2010

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Bernalillo County Detention & Youth Service Center Celebrates Contest Winners

The Children’s Law Section Art Contest consists of representatives from local law offices, juvenile probation officers and employees from the New Mexico Supreme Court office. They host a thematic art contest every year and invite local schools to participate. The theme for this year’s contest was “How I Want the World to See Me.” Students had to create banners that depict the theme and write a paragraph telling the story behind the picture. Under the guidance of Julie Gallegos, the teacher who facilitated the project, the Bernalillo County Detention & Youth Services Center had 10 student participants. Two won the honors of first and second place.

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