MOUNT FOREST – The organizer of a successful “Chalk It Up” event here last month is hoping a second campaign will be just as well received.
Mount Forest resident Stu Husk is planning “Chalk It Up Part II” on May 30.
He and his wife Heather Aitken are asking Mount Forest residents young and old to use sidewalk chalk to draw a picture on their driveway of who they miss most during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Create art on driveways, windows, lawn signs – (the) possibilities are endless,” the organizers state in a flyer.
Husk and Aitken say they will award 50 large pizzas to some of the lucky participants.
The first Chalk It Up event, held on April 18, included about 150 sidewalk chalk messages on driveways in of support frontline workers.
Husk and Aitken, who are donating the pizzas themselves, are hoping for a similar – or greater – response for the sequel on May 30.