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Keep North Dakota Clean Poster Contest

In 1968 "Keep ND Clean" (KNDC) was formed to ensure the proper disposal of litter. KNDC believes education is the key to any successful program. When people are informed, they are more apt to think before they throw. And to be truly effective, the education process needs to begin early. That is why KNDC holds an annual statewide poster contest.

Let's face the facts! We can't keep North Dakota clean on promises. It requires the hard work of people who care about the economy and beauty of their community--people like YOU!


Nicholas has a long history with this poster contest as he has received two other 1st place state awards and one 3rd place award for his posters throughout the past years!

Last spring over 10,000 students from around the state participated in this poster contest which includes over 200 students from LaMoure County.  Each year, at the state level, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners are chosen in each grade.

Last spring there were 2 state winners from LaMoure County.  Lily Kramer received the second place state award for the 4th grade posters and Nicholas Meisch was chosen as the first place state winner in the 6th grade.

Click here to see all of the state winners

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