Legion winners announced

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 237, Port Hardy has announced the local winners in the 2013 Poster and Literacy Competition.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 237, Port Hardy has announced the local winners in the 2013 Poster and Literacy Competition.

Five of the first-prize winners have also gone on to win first prizes in the zone competition, meaning their entries have gone on to BC/Yukon Command of the Legion to compete with the rest of the Province & Yukon. “We wish them luck,” said Legion member George Kearey.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 237, Port Hardy.

2013 Poster & Literary Competition Winners.

 

Senior Poem

1. Alisha MacDonald, PHSS

2. Wai Ching Sze-To,  PHSS

 

Intermediate Poem

1.  Faith Castillo, Eagle View

2.  Taylor Monge, Avalon

 

Intermediate Essay

1.  Alana Victoria Johnston, Avalon

2.  John Paul Santos Maia, Avalon

 

Junior Poem

1.  Faith Gage, Avalon

2.  Isabella Schmidt, Eagle View

3.  Noah Jenson, Eagle View

 

Intermediate Black & White Poster

1. Faith Castillo, Eagle View

2. Tabeni Lightheart, Avalon

3. Tianna Walkus, Avalon

 

Junior Black & White Poster

1. Warner Hyndman, Fort Rupert

2. Larissa McGillawee, Fort Rupert

3. Tori Romas, Eagle View

 

Intermediate Colour Poster

1. Taylor Monge, Avalon

2. Kira Corsi, Avalon

3. Georgia Walkus, Eagle View

 

Junior Colour Poster

1. Emily Walker, Eagle View

2. Dominik Nelson, Fort Rupert

3. Andrew Point, Avalon

 

Primary Colour

1. Aren Kufaas, Eagle View

2. Brooke Mercer, Fort Rupert

3. Kaylee Rakeia, Eagle View

 

Zone 1st prize winners

 

 

 

Aren Kufaas, 1st for Primary Colour.

 

Emily Walker, 1st for Junior Colour

 

Faith Castillo, 1st for Intermediate Black & White

 

Taylor Monge, 1st for Intermediate Colour

 

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