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July 17, 2014

Lake Attitash Association holds T-shirt contest

AMESBURY — The Lake Attitash Association is seeking entries for a contest to choose a design for the new Lake Attitash T-shirt.

The winner of the contest will also have their name and design featured on the Lake Attitash Association website.

Entries must be submitted by Sept. 30, and can be sent via email to or by U.S. mail to Lake Attitash Association, P.O. Box 503, Amesbury, MA 01913.

The rules of the contest include: the design can be featured on the back or front of the T-shirt (for example: a large design on back and smaller design on front); not more than four colors can be used; designs must fit within a 12-by-12-inch area, and the words “Lake Attitash” must be incorporated into the design. All artwork must be original.

Entrants can recommend T-shirt colors for a design.

The Lake Attitash Association Board of Directors will select a few finalist entries based on originality, visual appeal, suitability for screen printing, and connection with Lake Attitash scenery, wildlife, activities, environmental values or history. The finalist entries will be posted on the association’s Facebook page for voting by the lake community.

Once a design is submitted, it becomes property of the Lake Attitash Association.

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