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Winners of the 2011 Summer Tux Paint Contest

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Tux Paint Summer Contest. We thank all the participants for thier entries. We must admit, judging was extremely difficult so we decided to add an additional 10 winners who will each get a Tux Paint t-shirt.

FIRST PLACE

  • Artist’s name: Tzujo Laurel Chang
  • Artist’s age: 8 years
  • Title: The blue bird in our back yard
  • Country: USA

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