Lucia Flores, of PCC Community Wellness, outside in the organization's PCC Austin Farm Stand last summer | File

PCC Community Wellness has announced its PCC Austin Farm Tote Bag Contest, which is open to high schools students living, or attending school, in Austin. Qualifying students are encouraged to submit design entries that will be displayed on PCC’s Austin Farm marketing materials and reusable tote bags, according to a press release put out by the organization.

“All entries must include the name ‘PCC Austin Farm’ and designs should focus on imagery of things grown on the farm such as flowers, herbs and vegetables,” the release notes. “Students should also consider including community or neighborhood elements such as he green line, street signs, or other Austin community elements.”

The student with the winning display will receive a $700 scholarship, along with their art featured on PCC’s tote bags and other materials. Second and third place winners will each receive a $350 scholarship.

PCC will be receiving entries at its location, 5425 W. Lake Street, no later than 4 p.m. on Monday, April 25. The contest winners will be announced on May 30. The winning entry will be unveiled on June 7, during a kickoff celebration for the PCC Austin Farm Stand.

For more information on the contest, students are urged to contact their principals or teachers, or contact Lucy Flores at (708) 524-7685, or