Comox Library hosts comic strip competition

Teens and tweens can submit an original comic strip to the Comox library’s first Comic Strip Competition.

Hey teens and tweens, now’s your chance to submit your own original comic strip to the Comox Library’s first Comic Strip Competition.

If you love drawing and writing comics, drop by the Comox library on 1720 Beaufort Ave. and pick up a contest form. Submit your completed comic strip by the end of the month.

Submissions will be viewed by a panel of judges and winners will receive prizes. All entries will be compiled into a book.

For more information, drop by the library, call 250-339-2971 or visit www.virl.bc.ca.

— Comox Library

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