The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is hosting the 5th Annual “Rethink Recycling” Sculpture Contest. Jonas Jacobson, MDE Deputy Secretary, Andy Rayman, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Ashley Taylor, former sculpture contest participant will have the task of determining the winners of the contest based on creativity, use of materials, and workmanship. The Delaware/District Of Columbia/Maryland Beverage Association, Maryland Recyclers Coalition, Allied Waste Services, Harford County Office of Recycling, Panasonic, Sharp Electronics Corporation, Constellation Energy, and Best Buy are donating prizes and refreshments.
Friday, November 17, 2006 10:00 a.m. to Noon
MDE is celebrating America Recycles Day (ARD) by hosting the 5th Annual “Rethink Recycling” Sculpture Contest and judging ceremony. High school students from across Maryland are invited to participate by creating sculptures made of recycled and used materials. Students create highly innovative and artistic sculptures made from a variety of materials such as cardboard, scrap metal, soda cans, crushed compact disks, electronics and more. Forty-five sculptures from 12 schools across seven Maryland counties are slated to appear. ARD is a national event that unites business, environmental and civic groups, and local, state, and federal government agencies to promote recycling, source reduction, and the purchase of products made from recycled materials as a means to a more sustainable society.
From the North
Take I-95 South. Go through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Exit at Exit 53 (I-
395/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Follow signs to Martin Luther King Boulevard to the right. Get into the left lane after exiting. At the first traffic light, make a left onto Washington Boulevard. Follow Washington Boulevard for approximately one mile. Cross over Monroe Street. Make a right into the Red parking lot.
From the South
Take I-95 South. Go through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Exit at Exit 50A-B (Caton Avenue/Washington Boulevard). Stay in the left lane of the exit following signs to Washington Boulevard. Get in the left lane on Patapsco Avenue. At the third traffic light, make a left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard for approximately 1.5 miles. Turn left into the Red parking lot.