Cupids girl’s art claims top prize

Bri­anna Fowler wins Bay Roberts Lions Club Peace Poster Con­test

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The im­age of a bird fly­ing freely in front of a colour­ful back­drop won over the hearts of judges in the Bay Roberts Lions Club Peace Poster Con­test.

Amal­ga­mated Academy Grade 7 stu­dent Bri­anna Fowler will rep­re­sent the lo­cal club at the multi-district com­pe­ti­tion in Clarenville later this month.

Bri­anna, the daugh­ter of

Linda and Terry Fowler of Cupids, re­ceived a first-place plaque and prize dur­ing an awards pre­sen­ta­tion din­ner Nov. 8 in Bay Roberts.

In her piece, the bird fly­ing freely rep­re­sents peace, with the back­drop of a rain­bow ap- pear­ing af­ter a storm meant to re­flect peace, hope and love.

Cheyenne Ed­munds of All Hal­lows Ele­men­tary in North River claimed sec­ond place and Amal­ga­mated’s Olivia Murphy was third. Stu­dents re­ceiv­ing hon­ourable men­tions were Madi­son Brad­bury (Amal­ga­mated), Laura Brown (Amal­ga­mated), Julie Ed­munds (All Hal­lows) and Sara Smith (St. Peter’s School in Up­per Is­land Cove).


Par­tic­i­pants from the 2016 Peace Poster Con­test for the Bay Roberts Lions Club (front, from left) Cheyenne Ed­munds, Bri­anna Fowler, Olivia Murphy; (back) Laura Brown, Sara Smith, Julie Ed­munds and Madi­son Brad­bury.

Bri­anna Fowler’s win­ning en­try in the Bay Roberts Lions Club Peace Poster Con­test.

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