Circle Of Lights Coloring Contest 2011

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Win a chance to “flip the switch” and meet Santa Nov. 25!

Participate in a coloring contest for a chance to be on stage with Santa at the Circle of Lights® presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW 481.

Children age 12 and under have the opportunity to “flip the switch” at the Circle of Lights® presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW 481 Nov. 25 via a Coloring Contest. The coloring sheet depicts a large holiday light bulb, allowing plenty of room for creativity. The contest runs Nov. 1 - 15. Thousands enter every year!

This year, a new partner will support the Coloring Contest: The UPS Store. The UPS Store joins continuing sponsors College Choice 529 and Ivy Tech Community College.

“We’re thrilled to have the support of three local partners helping to promote the coloring contest to Central Indiana children,” said Julia Watson, Indianapolis Downtown, Inc. vice president of marketing and communications. “College Choice 529, Ivy Tech Community College and The UPS Store are truly great community assets.”

The selected child will be announced Nov. 21. The child will receive a t-shirt, their original coloring sheet entry framed and a photo with Santa on stage.

Pick up a coloring sheet Nov. 1 – 15 at any Quality Connection contractor office, The UPS Store in Central Indiana or print one from www.qc-indy.com. The sheet will also be available in The Indianapolis Star Nov. 3, 6 and 10.

Drop-off locations are Quality Connection, the Electrical Training Institute, Long Electric, Miller-Eads or ERMCO. Or mail to: 1828 N. Meridian Street, Suite 115, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Additionally, coloring sheets can be dropped off at any The UPS Store in Indiana. All coloring sheets must be turned in by 3 p.m. Nov. 15.

Circle of Lights® presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW 481 will take place Friday, Nov. 25 on Monument Circle. The event begins at 6 p.m. with the televised show starting at 7 p.m. on RTV6. This event is an opportunity for the community to join together and celebrate peace and brotherhood. Those in attendance will surely be delighted with a special appearance from holiday entertainers and the larger-than-life toy soldiers and sailors and peppermint sticks adorning Monument Circle. In addition, Santa will make his first official appearance of the 2011 season!