Car­bon­ear Le­gion awards night hon­ours Trin­ity-Con­cep­tion stu­dents

The Compass - - Editorial - SPE­CIAL TO TC ME­DIA ed­i­tor@cb­n­com­pass.ca

Over 150 peo­ple as­sem­bled at the Car­bon­ear Le­gion to watch as 42 lo­cal stu­dents rep­re­sent­ing seven schools were rec­og­nized for their win­ning en­tries in the Royal Cana­dian Le­gion’s Poster and Lit­er­ary Con­test.

The con­test is open to stu­dents from Grades 1-12 and is di­vided into four di­vi­sions — pri­mary (1-3), ju­nior (4-6), in­ter­me­di­ate (7-9) and se­nior (10-12). There are four cat­e­gories — two in the poster cat­e­gory (black and white and colour) and two in the lit­er­ary con­test (poem and es­say).

Branch 23 Car­bon­ear re­ceived over 1,000 en­tries from the seven schools: Car­bon­ear Academy, Car­bon­ear Col­le­giate, Per­salvic Ele­men­tary, Cabot Academy, Tricon Ele­men­tary, Bac­calieu Col­le­giate and Perl­win Ele­men­tary. These en­tries were judged by three re­tired teach­ers in Car­bon­ear and the top three win­ners in all the cat­e­gories re­ceived their prizes Feb 20.

The top three win­ners in each cat­e­gory are also sent into Pro­vin­cial Com­mand of New­found­land and Labrador Com­mand of The Royal Cana­dian Le­gion for fur­ther judg­ing. Among these 42 en­tries, there were win­ners: nine

(1st me­di­ate Poem); pro­vin­cial

Academy (1st place Pri­mary Colour Poster);

Ele­men­tary (1st place Ju­nior Colour Poster);

Academy Es­say);

place me­di­ate Colour Poster);

Ju­nior - salvic Ele­men­tary (3rd place -

- - Col­le­giate (3rd place Se­nior Black and White Poster);

- ear Col­le­giate (2nd place Se­nior Es­say);

Col­le­giate

Poem).

The five first-place win­ners will be judged in Ot­tawa against all first-place win­ners from across Canada.

The high­light of the evening

(1st

place

Se­nior

stu­dents se­lected to par­tic­i­pate in the An­nual Le­gion’s Pil­grim­age to Europe to fol­low Trail of the Cari­bou in July. They will join 16 other stu­dents, four vet­er­ans, four chap­er­ons, a nurse and the New­found­land and Labrador Pro­vin­cial Pres­i­dent Com­rade Frank Sul­li­van on the eight-day trip.

Com­rade Sarah Lawrence, Car­bon­ear Branch Schools Com­mit­tee chair­per­son, em­ceed the evening and many le­gions mem­bers, in­clud­ing Branch Pres­i­dent Gary Laing, took turns pre­sent­ing the prizes to the stu­dents. Com­rade Berkley Lawrence, Pro­vin­cial Com­mand First Vice Pres­i­dent, made the pro­vin­cial pre­sen­ta­tions.

SUB­MIT­TED PHOTO

The nine pro­vin­cial poster and lit­er­ary con­test win­ners (front, from left) Emily But­ton, Brook­lyn Noo­nan, Is­abel Har­ris, Bryanna Ho­gan, Cas­san­dra Ho­gan, Al­isha Ma­honey; (back) Com­rade Berkley Lawrence (pro­vin­cial Poppy and Re­mem­brance chair­man), Bran­don Younge, Matthew Butt and Com­rade Sarah Lawrence (Branch 23 Schools Com­mit­tee chair­per­son). Miss­ing from photo is Madi­son Bald­win.

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