Irvine Animal Care Center Launches Orange County ‘Humane Kids’ Contest
The City of Irvine Animal Care Center is hosting the first-ever Orange County "Humane Kids" essay contest, open to all Orange County students, grades 1-12. Students should submit a 300-word personal statement detailing what actions they have taken to make a positive impact toward animal welfare.
The contest is comprised of two categories, grades 1-6 and grades 7-12. At the conclusion of the contest, one winner from each category will be named one of Orange County's “Humane Kids.” Contest sponsor Boomers! Irvine will also provide each winner with a four-hour play pass for unlimited attractions. Selected runners-up will each receive a round of miniature golf. Contest winners will be announced at the Irvine Animal Care Center’s Super Pet Adoption event on June 11.
Entries will be accepted from May 1-31 and must include a completed application and personal statement. Applications and official rules are available online at irvineshelter.org or in person at the Irvine Animal Care Center, located at 6443 Oak Canyon Road, Irvine. For more information, contact Crystal Nettles at 949-724-7740.