Robson elementary school award winners are seen with members of the local Legion. Photo: Chrissy Burdeyny

Castlegar Legion announces poster contest winners

The winners of the Castlegar Legion poster and literary contest.

The winners of the Castlegar Legion poster and literary contest are as follows. All themes were for Remembrance Day 2018.


Poster – Colour

1) Melody Laporte

2) Ella Holt

3) Rome Bennett

Honorable mention) Mexis Heeks


Poster – Colour

1) Keira Laporte

2) Madisyn Anderson

3) Danika Heuvel

HM) Charly Stooshnoff

Poster – Black & White

1) Sawyer Erickson

2) Graham Upward

3) Taylor Singer

HM) Amri Oulette


1) Emily Ridge

2) Grace Richards

3) Aidan Makortoff

HM) Kierra Jarrat


1) Jordan Soukeroff

2) Emma McLachlan


Posters – Colour

1) Jaida Nephin

2) Paige Brunton

Poster – Black & White

1) Megan Nephin

2) Emma Pearse

3) Chloe Stooshnoff


1) Laura Belanger-Ihlen

2) Megan Nephin


1) Tessa Chisholm

$570 from the poppy fund was given to 26 children in our community.

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