Learning Unlimited and Sister Borgia excel in FCCA poster contest

POSTED: 06/14/12 12:09 PM

St. Maarten – Emilie van der Waals, a student of Learning Unlimited School, has come in third place in the senior category of the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Children’s Environmental Poster Contest. Van der Waals will receive a $1, 000 check while her school will receive the same in value of art materials. The poster done by Giana Copeland of the Sister Borgia School was chosen in the Junior category.  She will receive a prize of $200 for being an on-island winner.

This year’s competition was collaboration between the St. Maarten Tourist Office and the FCCA. Director of the Tourist Office May-Ling Chun congratulates all participants of the primary and secondary where can i purchase valium schools that took part including art teachers who coordinated at the school level. One poster from the senior and junior categories was chosen. Chun also extends a special congratulation to van der Waals and Copeland who won the competition in their respective categories with excellent posters that truly depicted and exemplified Caribbean excellence and creativity.

This year’s poster competition attracted entries from 15 nations with images on how to preserve the environment. The FCCA poster competition seeks to promote and stimulate environmental awareness among Caribbean students, while effectively educating the younger generation on the importance of environmental protection.

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