Lion Allan Donaldson of the Lions Club of de Grendel is pictured here with Chad from Tafelberg School with his Peace Poster Contest entry. Well done Chad!
Numerous schools in the District took part in the Content and pupils were asked to paint a poster entitled “The Future of Peace”.
The three winners of the contest were as follows:
1st Prize: Tala Wiese
Tala represented Kenridge Primary School and her entry was submitted by the Lions Club of Durbanville. Her poster used striking images and symbols, was well executed and had universal appeal. The key to unlock the cage with the dove ensures future peace and it was well illustrated and enforced the overall message. All nations and cultures were represented and the blue tones used at the face made it inclusive.
2nd Prize Winner – Shaun Kawaxamab
Shaun is 12 years old and represents Tsumeb English Medium School. His entry was submitted by the Lions Club of Tsumeb. His poster was extremely well executed and designed and included various peace symbols such as national flags, hands, an olive branch and a doves in flight symbolising the future of peace.
3rd Prize Winner – Jocelyn Kane-Smith
Joceyln is 13 years old and represents Springfield Convent. Her entry was submitted by the Lions Club of Newlands. Jocelyn’s poster was thought out around the topic where the page is turned to peace.
The Multiple District judging took place at the Lions Club of Gordons Bay at the 2nd Council meeting on Saturday 18 November 201
1st place – District 410A – R4000
Tala Wiese – Age 13 years
Kenridge Primary School
Entry submitted by the Lions Club of Durbanville
2nd place – District 410D – R3000
Kaylene Govender – Age 13 years
Erica Girls Primary School
Entry submitted by Port Elizabeth Cape Recife
3rd place – District 410C – R2000
Sharaav Dhebideen – Age 13 years
Umkomaas Primary School
Entry submitted by the Lions Club of Scottburgh
4th place- District 410B – R1000
Mone’ J van Rensberg – Age 13 years
Entry submitted by the Lions Club of Klerksdorp
Essay Contest – 2 entries
1st place – District 410B – R4000
Abdul Gani – Age13 years
Potchefstroom Central School
Entry submitted by the Lions Club of Potchefstroom
2nd place – District 410A – R3000
Kayla Fitchart – Age 12 years
Athlone School for the Blind
Entry submitted by the Lions Club of Gordon’s Bay
Congratulations and well done to all the participants. The posters were absolutely stunning this
year. Please inform clubs in your District of the winners.
The outcome of the LCI contest will be known in February 2018