This year’s provincial winner of the Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Design and Story Contest was Olivia Blake of Marystown Central High School.
Olivia Blake of Marystown Central High School is this year’s provincial winner of the Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Design and Story Contest.
Held each year by the association as a warm-up for the spring Heritage Fairs, the contest is open to students from grades 4 to 12
There were submissions from 438 students this year. Each entry included an original piece of artwork and an essay about it.
This year's theme was
"Keeping our Stories Alive: Celebrating 20 Years of Heritage Fairs in NL" - "Préservons nos Histoires : Célébrons les 20 Ans des Fêtes du Patrimoine à TNL."
Olivia’s design was entitled “Newfoundland Fairytale.” As the overall winner, the Grade 10 student will receive $100 and will have her design appear on the official Heritage Fair t-shirt.
Six regional winners were also chosen from across the province and received $50 prizes.
“SS Kyle” by Julia Brake
Gonzaga High School
“All These Years” by Erica Jacque
B. L. Morrison Al Grade School
“A Snapshot in Time” by Katelyn Butler
Sacred Heart Academy
“Keeping Our Stories Alive” by Jada King
Our Lady of Mercy Elementary
“Native Heritage” by
“Old Time Fishing” by
Anthony Paddon Elementary