Peace Poster Competition- 14 November, 2012

Published November 14, 2012 by gpoojari in Community Projects, Fund Raising/Community Projects, News

2012-11-14 11.08.41 (1)    By Tatiana Pereverzeva -Birch,  Chairperson for PP Contest, LC MKC
Dear All and One who participated in the Lions  International  Peace Poster Contest 2012 in Milton Keynes which was  sponsored by Lions Club Milton Keynes Central

The judging  of the entries for the  International Lions Clubs Peace Poster Contest 2012 took place in MK Gallery on 14 November 2012.

It was based on Lions International Peace Poster Contest Rules – Lions Clubs ..( see website)

From 45 entries of the participants from different schools  7 experienced art  judges have  chosen the winners

1st place –    Iris Wright                awarded with £25 voucher WHSmith and the certificate for winning the local competition in the Lions  International  Peace Poster Contest photo -04726

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2nd place –    Cameron Bloomer    awarded with £15 voucher WHSmith and the  certificate for winning the local competition in the Lions  International  Peace Poster Contest photo -04725

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3d place –      Carmen Truong        awarded with £10 voucher WHSmith and the  certificate for winning the local competition in the Lions  International  Peace Poster Contest photo -04724

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4th place-      Rochelle Dunne photo -04723
5th place       Archer Uhufar photo -04722
and all the other participants will get the  certificate for participating in  the local competition in the Lions  International  Peace Poster Contest

The winner Poster by  Iris Wright  will be send to the Lions Club Zone Contest which takes place on 20 November. (details on demand)

The certificates and prizes will be handed on the date confirmed by the school teachers.

I would like to express my gratitude to  teachers Zena Ellis, Karen Wizard and judges Mike Spike, Patrick Nicholson, Georgeanne Scott, Yvonne Bell, Celia Heart, Les Westley who made  the contest a success and promote the idea of the contest Imagine Peace.

Special thanks to the MK Gallery for being supportive and organising the room and refreshments for judging during recent three years.

 

Click here to view some pictures from the event