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St. Francis Student Take Top Prizes in 2005 'Art for Heart'

March 3, 2005 - Christel Pilon and Max Gainer, Grade 6 students at St. Francis Catholic School won first and second place in the Sudbury Catholic and Rainbow Districts' 2005 Art For Heart Billboard contest recently. In recognition of her first place finish, Christel
received a brand-new bicycle, and a $500 cheque for her class. In
addition, her poster entitled, “Pump It Up,” will be made into a
billboard to be erected on the Kingsway.

Max Gainer also picked up a handsome prize for his poster, “Work It Real Good” claiming a bag of sports balls for his efforts, courtesy of Coca Cola Bottling. Cardiologist Dr. Ron Baigrie and Peter Williams, Honorary Chair of the Art For Heart contest presented the prizes to the winners at Tom Davies Square.

The Sudbury Catholic District School Board would like to
congratulate both Christel and Max on their superb results in this
year’s billboard contest. Approximately 400 Grade 6 students from both boards entered the annual contest which helps encourage a healthy
lifestyle for Heart Health.



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