Rosemead Student Wins Jack and Jill Magazine National Kids Cover Contest

EVENT: Thurs., May 16; 10:20 AM

CONTACT: Ryan Settler
646-695-7042, Ryan@rosengrouppr.com

Jack and Jill Cover

What: Jack and Jill magazine will present Armen Duran, 12, with the Jack and Jill first-place prize for his submission, “It is having fun with my family. We love the beach. We go to do kayaking and go swimming.” Armen is autistic and uses art to express himself and his ideas. He clearly has a unique talent, as he finished in second place for this same contest back in 2010. Jack and Jill will award Repetto Elementary School (Monterey Park, CA) with a $1,500 cash prize for the school’s art program during an event at the school on Thursday, May 16. Duran’s winning submission is featured on the cover of the May/June 2013 issue of Jack and Jill as well as on the website, http://www.uskidsmags.com/artcontest/.

The Jack and Jill Cover Contest is an annual art contest designed to stimulate creativity and promote art programs in schools across the country. Children ages 7-12 were encouraged to submit entries fitting with the theme, “My Best Day Ever.”

Who: Armen Duran, 12, Repetto Elementary School; Cover Contest First-Place Winner for Jack and Jill
Principal Natalie Gathier
Repetto Elementary School faculty and students
Joan Servaas, CEO, The Saturday Evening Post

When: Thursday, May 16, 2013; 10:20 AM

Where: Repetto Elementary School
650 S. Grandridge Avenue
Monterey Park, CA 91754

For media credentials please contact Ryan Settler, The Rosen Group, at 646-695-7042 or Ryan@rosengrouppr.com.

For more information about the 13th Annual Cover Contest, as well as information about next year’s contest, please visit uskidsmags.com/artcontest. For more information about Jack and Jill, please visit http://www.uskidsmags.com/jack-and-jill-home/.

About our magazines: Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, and Turtle are published by the nonprofit Saturday Evening Post Society based in Indianapolis. U.S. Kids magazines encourage children to strive for excellence and are designed to promote creativity, personal fitness, and academics among children in a format that is entertaining and engaging.