2018 Literary & Poster Contest


Winners of the Literary & Poster Contest with their certificates, congratulations!
Tom Friesen, RCL 594 President (back left) and Tim Murphy, Youth Education Chair.

The annual RCL 594 Remembrance Day, Literary and Poster Contest 2018 has wrapped up for another year. This year we received 108 entries!  68 entries for the Literary Contest (poem & essay) and 40 entries for the Colour, and Black and White poster contest. Certificates and monetary prizes were awarded to 17 successful contestants.

The 1st place winners in each category will move on to the next level for judging.

There are 18 Educational Facilities in our RCL 594 boundaries, and a special thanks to the Educators who supported our contest.

Tim Murphy,
Youth Education Chair.


Scroll down to see the winners of the Poster & Literary Contest & all the runner ups:

Toluene Abdallah, Grade 1, Ste. Cecile

Rena Liu, Grade 6, Glenwood

Gurminder Dhillon, Grade 5, Talbot Trail

Felicity Le Clair, Grade 8, Christ The King

Julia Mehdi, Grade 4, J.A. McWilliam

Mahum Toor, Grade 5, Talbot Trail

Chan Yuk Chun, Grade 8, Ste. Cecile


Here are all the winners, congratulations to all the participants:

Primary Colour Poster
1st – Toluene Abdallah, Grade 1, Ste. Cecile
2nd – Julia Zhang, Grade 1, Ste. Cecile
3rd – Maksimilian Peakovic, Grade 1, Ste. Cecile

Junior Colour Poster
1st – Rena Liu, Grade 6, Glenwood
2nd – Mahum Toor, Grade 5, Talbot Trail
3rd – Courtney Diep, Grade 5, Talbot Trail

Junior Black & White Poster
1st – Gurminder Dhillon, Grade 5, Talbot Trail
2nd – Mahum Toor, Grade 5, Talbot Trail

Junior Essay
1st – Mahum Toor, Grade 5, Talbot Trail

Junior Poem
1st – Julia Mehdi, Grade 4, J.A. McWilliam
2nd – Anna Denisova, Grade 5, Ste. Cecile
3rd – Nwachukwu Nwadiaro, Grade 6, Ste. Cecile

Intermediate Colour Poster
1st – Felicity Le Clair, Grade 8, Christ The King
2nd – Abigail Kavanaugh, Grade 8, Christ The King

Intermediate Poem
1st – Chan Yuk Chun, Grade 8, Ste. Cecile
2nd – Marina White, Grade 8, Ste. Cecile
3rd – Aaron Malus, Grade 7, Ste. Cecile