Winners of the Peace Poster Contest were honored with their art teachers by the Whitefield Lions Club on October 25.
For over 30 years Lions clubs around the world have sponsored the Lions International Peace Poster Contest.
The theme of the 2018-2019 contest is “Kindness Matters.”
Winners listed by school:
Whitefield: Art teacher Amanda Martin.
1st place – Lineo Kelley; 2nd place – Olivia Brann; 3rd place – Kat Thorton.
Jefferson: Art teacher Rachel Richmond.
1st plac – Abby St Cyr; 2nd place – Eliza Wood-Orff; 3rd place – Lillian Brooks.
Chelsea: Art teacher Sandy Dunn.
1st place – Alyvia Colfer; 2nd place – Jac Crochere; 3rd plac e- Brooke Michaud.
Windsor: Art teacher Genevieve Keller.
1st place – Nathan Hall; 2nd place – Mackenzie Kutniewski; 3rd place – Eva Carlezon.
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