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Creative Kids, a PACER Contest

Creative Kids Contest LogoNick Sullivan is grand prize winner of PACER's 4th Annual Creative Kids Contest!

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The cards are a standard 4 x 6 note card size, and include 8 cards per box with accompanying envelopes. All proceeds from the sale of the cards benefit PACER programs.

Creative Kids would like to give a special thanks to all of the contestants who contributed their inspiring artwork; to Anthony R. Whelihan, PACER’s artist in residence, and head of the Creative Kids Program; and to all the sponsors who made this possible: Gannett Offset, Gallery Services, and Bloomington Art Center.

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Nick's Story (as seen on the back of the card):
Sixteen-year-old Nick Sullivan is happiest when he is drawing. Nick has autism and several other disabilities, and he uses drawing and art as a calming activity that also allows him to express himself. Though he spends hours a day being creative with paper and markers, he also has a multitude of other talents and hobbies, including making and collecting toys. Nick is an avid musician who loves to beatbox and plays the piano, guitar, and trombone. He is also a jokester and is known for his infectious sense of humor. Nick currently attends Edison High School and plans to become a cartoon animator.

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