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Butler County Farm Bureau Promotion & Education Committee has developed a coloring contest highlighting agriculture. The contest sheets can be downloaded from Butler County’s Facebook page, emailed by request (contact [email protected]), scan the QR code or downloaded below.

2023 Butler Coloring Contest

The entries will be judged by the Promotion & Education Committee of the Butler County Farm Bureau. The winners will be featured on Facebook and included in the member newsletter. 

The age categories are as follows.

Age 5-9 Download coloring sheet

Age 10-15 Download coloring sheet

Age 16 through adult Download coloring sheet

To participate

Print off the age-appropriate coloring page and color with your choice of crayons, markers or colored pencils. Please only list the first name of participant on the front side, with their age.

On the back side, please list full name of participant, parent name if a minor, phone number and e-mail address.

Prizes

Cash prizes will be awarded for each age category. 1st place—$50, 2nd place—$20 and 3rd place—$10.

Please remit your original entry to: Butler County Farm Bureau

2273 Millville-Oxford Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013

For any questions, please contact 513-844-8371.

Entries can also be turned in at OSU Extension Butler County or at the Lane Public Libraries.

Entry deadline

Deadline enter—March 1, 2023. All decisions are final.

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