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Lexington Park Lions Club Announces Winners For 2021-2022 Peace Poster Contest

LEXINGTON PARK, Md. -- The Lexington Park Lions Club recently announced the winners for the first round competition of their organization's annual Peace Poster Contest. They posted the following message making the announcement:

Winners of the first round competition for the Lions Clubs International 2021-2022 Peace Poster Contest were announced at an artists’ reception, Saturday, November 20.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS:

Emma J. • 7th Grade, King’s Christian Academy
Grace K. • 7th Grade, King’s Christian Academy
Grace S. • 8th Grade, King’s Christian Academy
Samantha R. • 6th Grade, St. John’s School
Grace R. • 7th Grade, Father Andrew White School
Lillie T. • 8th Grade, Margaret Brent Middle School
Tyler T. • 6th Grade, Leonardtown Middle School

The student artists were challenged to pictorially interpret this year’s theme “We Are All Connected,” without using any wording, letters, or numbers. Their winning posters will be forwarded to the next level of competition where they will compete with students from Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince Georges and St. Mary’s Counties, as well as the District of Columbia.

We want to thank all of our participant artists and their teachers, parents and guardians who helped make this happen! We were thrilled to have received so many submissions. You all rock!

 

St. Mary’s County Lions Clubs, working with our community partners, St. Mary’s County Arts Council, Studio R, and Red Chalk Studios in Virginia Beach, sponsored the contest for all County students ages 11, 12, and 13. Each poster was judged on originality, artistic merit and expression of the theme.

To see more entries, CLICK HERE and scroll to the bottom.

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