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Here are the Hitchcock T-Shirt Design Contest Winners!

5...4...3...2...1... It's time to announce the winners of our 2021 Hitchcock Nature Center T-Shirt Design Contest.

Last November we asked our community to share their design skills with us, and you delivered! It is our pleasure to announce the top three designs submitted, which will be featured on apparel available for sale at Hitchcock Nature Center’s Loess Hills Lodge later this spring.

Congrats to:

Holly Whitcomb who created "Saw-Whet Owl"

Angela Griner who created "Mammals of the Prairie"

Robert Conn who created "Iconic Hike"

We want to share our thanks with all 16 entrants who took the time to create and design some truly marvelous artwork. Special thanks goes to:

  • Ashley for “Explore More”
  • Contest winner Angela
  • Cherine for “Loess Hills Digger”
  • Darrin for “My Happy Place”
  • Faith for “Iowa Wildlife”
  • Contest winner Holly
  • Ivan for “An Eagle’s Point of View”
  • Kathy for “Take A Hike”
  • Kylie for “Circle of Life”
  • Malena for “Rolling Loess Hills”
  • Contest winner Robert
  • Royce for “HNC Trail Life”
  • Sage for “Shadow Tree”
  • Samantha for “Camping Under the Stars”
  • Sienna for “Heartland Camping”
  • Stephanie for “Get Out and Enjoy Nature!”

The top three winners have been announced, but with so many amazing designs submitted, we are looking to feature more! Keep an eye out for more impressive, locally designed apparel and items featured at the lodge later this year.

 

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