b'COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECTSThe caring people of CMCat the corporate and local levelconducted numerous community outreach projects in 2014. Here is a closer look at just a few of them.Scrap Can Be Beautiful ContestSince 1978, CMC has proudly sponsored our annual Scrap Can Be Beautiful contest and exhibit. This exhibit features art created by students in a metal sculpture class at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts located in Dallas, Texas. All scrap metal used in the various sculptures is donated to the school from one of CMCs local recycling yards in the Dallas area.The artwork is judged each year by a panel of professionals comprised of artists and individuals who have worked in the arts field. Sculptures are judged in Tabletop and Floor categories and the winning entries are then displayed in our corporate lobby in Irving, Texas for one year. Eighteen students participated in the 37th annual Scrap Can Be Beautiful contest, entering a total of 35 steel and copper sculptures for judging. Six winners were selected and were presented with ribbons and monetary prizes during CMCs Annual Meeting of Stockholders. Students were also given the option to enter their pieces into a silent auction where employees were allowed to bid and purchase the artwork.This partnership between CMC and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts gives young and talented artists from an arts magnet school the opportunity to showcase their work, earn money towards their post-secondary education and contribute to building a stronger community.30'