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The City of Evanston’s Environmental Services Bureau is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest.

More than 70 entries were submitted from contestants ages 3 to 68 as part of the contest, which asked community members to submit their original artwork and photography celebrating their favorite Evanston trees.

The City of Evanston congratulates the following participants on being selected as “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest winners: Vandell Cobb, Jennifer Black, Al Gabor, Josie Lambert, Dorothy Anderson, Geeta Maker-Clark, Chris Heisinger, Siobhan Drummond, Claudia Varnas, Sofia Harper, Rachel Hayman, and Evan Snyder.

Twelve winning images were selected overall, with six from each of the two categories: photography and non-photography. The six winning non-photography images will be featured on blank “I Heart Evanston Trees” greeting cards. Winning photography images will be featured on postcards.

Greeting card and postcard packs are now available to order online at cityofevanston.org/trees. Cards will be available to purchase in-person at Evanston community centers beginning Monday, November 9. For hours and location information, please call/text 847-448-4311. Each six-card pack of greeting cards is $8, plus tax. Six-card packs of postcards are also $8, plus tax. Individual postcards will be available for sale in-person at Evanston community centers for $1.50 each. All proceeds will benefit the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign.

Winning images can be viewed at cityofevanston.org/trees. Contest winners will receive prize bags with art supplies provided by Blick Art Materials, custom designed items from Neiger Design, and a free consultation from Greenwise Organic Lawn Care.

The “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign is a fundraising and educational initiative created to aid the City’s efforts to replace fallen trees and diversify Evanston’s tree population to improve resiliency. To learn more about the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign or to donate, visit iheartevanstontrees.org.

The City thanks all those who participated in this year’s contest, as well as art contest sponsors Neiger Design, Inc.Blick Art Materials and Greenwise Organic Lawn Care. For more information about the contest, please contact Kumar Jensen at 847-448-8199 or kjensen@cityofevanston.org.


The City of Evanston’s Environmental Services Bureau is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest.

More than 70 entries were submitted from contestants ages 3 to 68 as part of the contest, which asked community members to submit their original artwork and photography celebrating their favorite Evanston trees.

The City of Evanston congratulates the following participants on being selected as “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest winners: Vandell Cobb, Jennifer Black, Al Gabor, Josie Lambert, Dorothy Anderson, Geeta Maker-Clark, Chris Heisinger, Siobhan Drummond, Claudia Varnas, Sofia Harper, Rachel Hayman, and Evan Snyder.

Twelve winning images were selected overall, with six from each of the two categories: photography and non-photography. The six winning non-photography images will be featured on blank “I Heart Evanston Trees” greeting cards. Winning photography images will be featured on postcards.

Greeting card and postcard packs are now available to order online at cityofevanston.org/trees. Cards will be available to purchase in-person at Evanston community centers beginning Monday, November 9. For hours and location information, please call/text 847-448-4311. Each six-card pack of greeting cards is $8, plus tax. Six-card packs of postcards are also $8, plus tax. Individual postcards will be available for sale in-person at Evanston community centers for $1.50 each. All proceeds will benefit the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign.

Winning images can be viewed at cityofevanston.org/trees. Contest winners will receive prize bags with art supplies provided by Blick Art Materials, custom designed items from Neiger Design, and a free consultation from Greenwise Organic Lawn Care.

The “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign is a fundraising and educational initiative created to aid the City’s efforts to replace fallen trees and diversify Evanston’s tree population to improve resiliency. To learn more about the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign or to donate, visit iheartevanstontrees.org.

The City thanks all those who participated in this year’s contest, as well as art contest sponsors Neiger Design, Inc.Blick Art Materials and Greenwise Organic Lawn Care. For more information about the contest, please contact Kumar Jensen at 847-448-8199 or kjensen@cityofevanston.org.

The City of Evanston’s Environmental Services Bureau is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest.

More than 70 entries were submitted from contestants ages 3 to 68 as part of the contest, which asked community members to submit their original artwork and photography celebrating their favorite Evanston trees.

The City of Evanston congratulates the following participants on being selected as “I Heart Evanston Trees” Art Contest winners: Vandell Cobb, Jennifer Black, Al Gabor, Josie Lambert, Dorothy Anderson, Geeta Maker-Clark, Chris Heisinger, Siobhan Drummond, Claudia Varnas, Sofia Harper, Rachel Hayman, and Evan Snyder.

Twelve winning images were selected overall, with six from each of the two categories: photography and non-photography. The six winning non-photography images will be featured on blank “I Heart Evanston Trees” greeting cards. Winning photography images will be featured on postcards.

Greeting card and postcard packs are now available to order online at cityofevanston.org/trees. Cards will be available to purchase in-person at Evanston community centers beginning Monday, November 9. For hours and location information, please call/text 847-448-4311. Each six-card pack of greeting cards is $8, plus tax. Six-card packs of postcards are also $8, plus tax. Individual postcards will be available for sale in-person at Evanston community centers for $1.50 each. All proceeds will benefit the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign.

Winning images can be viewed at cityofevanston.org/trees. Contest winners will receive prize bags with art supplies provided by Blick Art Materials, custom designed items from Neiger Design, and a free consultation from Greenwise Organic Lawn Care.

The “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign is a fundraising and educational initiative created to aid the City’s efforts to replace fallen trees and diversify Evanston’s tree population to improve resiliency. To learn more about the “I Heart Evanston Trees” campaign or to donate, visit iheartevanstontrees.org.

The City thanks all those who participated in this year’s contest, as well as art contest sponsors Neiger Design, Inc.Blick Art Materials and Greenwise Organic Lawn Care. For more information about the contest, please contact Kumar Jensen at 847-448-8199 or kjensen@cityofevanston.org.