The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador have announced the winners of the 13th annual Heritage Places Poster Contest and a number of NLESD students have placed among the top entries. The Senior High and Overall Winner was Carbonear Collegiate Grade 12 student Hayley Martin, who depicted the Catherdral of the Immaculate Conception, a Registered Heritage Structure in Harbour Grace.
Other winners included Riverside Elementary's Katie Spurrell in the Elementary category. The Grade 5 student created a likeness of Kimberly Row in St. John's. Grade 9 Luke Shannahan of Baltimore School won in the Junior High category for his depiction of R.J. O'Brien's General Store, which is a Registered Heritage Structure in Cape Broyle.
More information on the Heritage Foundation's annual poster contest and this year's winner can be found HERE.