25 September 06
Five Caithness Boys And Girls Win Prizes In Calendar Competition
Twelve Highland pupils have won top prizes in an
art competition to design the 2007 calendar of Lyreco Office Supplies.
Each winning pupil received a playstation portable as well as £125 each
for their schools at a ceremony at The Highland Council's Education
Culture and Sport Committee in Inverness. Their designs, based on a local
cultural feature to mark Highland 2007, will feature in the calendar.
Runners-up received a television and DVD Combo and £75 for their schools.
The competition was sponsored by: Fellowes, Brother, Stabilo and Avery
Back: Left to right: Daniel Taylor (South School, Wick); Cullan
Bruce (Mulbuie); Christina Wilkie (Roy Bridge); Michael Crowe (Caithness
Early Years Autism Centre); Ross Balharry (Glenurquhart); Ruth Shillaker (Lochcarron).
Front: Left to right: Claire O'Donnell (Invergordon Academy);
Arthur Kirkwood (Grantown Grammar); Phoebe Kirkwood (Grantown Grammar);
Kirsty Fraser (Grantown Grammar); Fergus Thom (Grantown Grammar).
The winning pupils were:
Kirsty Fraser, Phoebe Kirkwood, Arthur Kirkwood, and Fergus Thom,
Grantown Grammar School;
Michael Crowe, Caithness Early Years Autism Centre;
Daniel Taylor, South School, Wick;
Iain Anderson, Thurso High School;
Claire O'Donnell, Invergordon Academy;
Ruth Shilllaker, Lochcarron Primary School;
Cullan Bruce, Mulbuie Primary;
Ross Balharry, Glenurquhart High School;
Christina Wilkie, Roy Bridge Primary.
The twelve runners were:
Megan Druce, Thomas Caldwell, Vicky Beattie, Grantown Grammar School;
Kirsten Brown, Jordan Ross, Charleston Academy, Inverness;
Sophie-Ann Bain, Evan Imlach, Thurso High School;
April Wright, Alness Academy;
Kirstin Forsyth, Deshar Primary School;
Catriona Robertson, Mulbie Primary School;
Erin Kish, Kinlochbervie Primary;
Freya Cushnie, Lochcarron Primary