• Company holding art contest
    April 15,2013
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    WATERBURY — A brand of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is holding a national contest that would have the winner travel to the town that is home to the company and create a piece of art that will “leave a lasting impression on the community.”

    The Facebook entries for the contest that will run through May 3 are meant to evoke what “community” means to the artist.

    This will be the seventh revitalization project by Tully’s Coffee. The project will be led by the nonprofit Pomegranate Center.

    Two winners will be awarded a $1,000 cash prize, $2,000 in building materials and expenses-paid trips to Vermont in June where each will be “invited to leave a lasting impression on the community by bringing their vision to life through a permanent art installation.”
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