The Fairmont Lions Club is pleased to announce that Kenly Rogers was the First Place winner in the Lions Clubs Peace Poster Contest, held at East Fairmont Middle School. Greyson.
Merit Award Winner, Krisheree Shimamoto, from Hawaii, USA (Makakilo-Kapolei Lions Club) - 2013-2014 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest Painting For Kids, Art For Kids, Peace Drawing, Peace Poster, Poster Drawing, Unity In Diversity, Social Art, Art Competitions, Elementary Art.
Lions Club Peace Poster Winner The Lions Club runs an annual Peace poster competition where students are invited to design a poster based on their interpretation of the brief “The Journey to Peace”. Students in Years 7 and 8 attended after school sessions to start with, but most of the work was done in their own time, which is commendable.Kayla Crigger’s poster won first place in the Lions Club District 22W and the Multiple District 22 peace poster contests. Her poster has been sent to Lions Clubs International headquarters, where.This is an International competition run by Lions Clubs International, these entries both came second in District 105D (South of England).The first year was run as part of an after school art club, last year as part of the curriculum. The Lions Peace Poster competition theme for 2018-2019 is 'Kindness Matters'.
Peace Poster Contest International Peace Poster Contest. For over three decades, Lions clubs around the globe have been sponsoring a very special art contest in schools and youth groups. Creating peace posters gives children everywhere the chance to express their visions of peace and inspire the world through art and creativity.
Lion Jia-Chun Yang from the Cixiang Lions Club in District 300-B2 attended the school celebration to support the young winner. He believes that the contest creates an awareness of their Lions club with students and with the public at large. “It helps our club get more visibility and gives us the opportunity to serve even more people,” he said.
The Lions International Peace Poster Contest is one of many Lions Club International Youth Programs that presents a unique and enriched educational experience for youth and contributes to further development of artistic skill, self-expression, and personal growth; sharing ideas on peace and acknowledging youth positive efforts and achievements.
Each year Lions Clubs International sponsors a worldwide Peace Poster contest asking students to create a picture of their vision of the years theme. The Lions clubs of Hollywood, Leonardtown, and Lexington Park together with our community partner, the St. Mary’s County Arts Council, sponsor the local contest, opening the competition to all St. Mary’s County students ages 11, 12, and 13.
MD 201 congratulate our 2016 National winner of the Peace Poster Contest, Casey on winning a Merit Award at the International judging of the Contest. Casey was sponsored by the Melbourne Chinese Lions Club, District V1-4.
For over three decades, Lions clubs around the world have proudly sponsored the Lions International Peace Poster contest in local schools and youth groups, according to a news release.
Annaline Schieffer, sponsored by the Warrenton Lions Club, is the statewide winner of the Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest. Her work advances to final judging with Lions Clubs International. Pictured with her is Warrenton Lions and District 26 M-3 Peace Poster Chairman Mary Jane Clark. Submitted photo.
Lions Clubs International District 105D. The Lions Peace Poster competition theme for 2019-2020 is 'Journey of Peace' and Artists must be 11, 12 or 13 years of age on the 15th of November in the year of entry to compete in the International Competition. This is an opportunity to encourage young people in your local community to think about the importance of world peace, tolerance and.
Toms River Lions Club Hosts Peace Poster Contest Winners. The Toms River Lions Club hosted the winners of their annual Peace Poster Contest. The event is part of the Lions Club International Foundation, Inc. worldwide contest. Each year the contest has a new theme where the artist must incorporate the theme into their poster.
The Club will then select up to three posters to go forward to the Lions District final. The winner from that will go to the New Zealand final, where one winner will be selected to go forward to the International compeition in Chicago, USA. The rules are simple and are attached.
Lions Club Peace Poster Contest Winners Announced. December 2, 2019. Facebook. Twitter. Lions Peace Poster Contest winners with their teachers: (L-R) Aimara Martinez of the Community Resource Center, Joanna Vivaldo, Victoria Rolett, Jayla Larkins, Trisha Appel, Charlotte Geary, Maria Damiani, Claudia Cassone, Erin Schade and Angela Howard.