19 Wing announces poster design contest in conjunction with 2015 airshow

Submission guidelines for the poster contest can be found at bit.ly/1zOez9Q

The 2015 Canadian Armed Forces Day/Comox Airshow will take place Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015.

This year’s theme will be “Celebrating 100 years of community,” in recognition of the tremendous support given to 19 Wing by the entire Comox Valley region as well as in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Courtenay.

To encourage participation by the community, business and organizations, the 19 Wing Commander, Col. Tom Dunne, announced  the airshow committee will hold a poster design contest for this year’s airshow.

Submission guidelines for the poster contest can be found at bit.ly/1zOez9Q

“The Canadian Armed Forces Day and Airshow is our chance to open our doors to the community and thank them for all of the support that they show the Wing and the members of the Canadian Armed Forces every day,” said Col. Dunne.

 

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