Brooklyn Stobbe of Chemainus Secondary received first place in Intermediate Colour Poster. (Photo submitted)

Chemainus Legion representatives among zone poster and literary contest winners

Grant, Stobbe and DuMez all first in their respective categories for Remembrance Day efforts

Chemainus Legion 191 hosted the South Vancouver Island Zone’s Remembrance Day poster and literary contest ceremony Saturday and representatives from Chemainus and Thetis Island Schools did very well in the judging.

Chemainus Secondary School’s Fiona Grant was the winner in Senior Poetry, Brooklyn Stobbe received top honours for Intermediate Colour Poster and Hannah DuMez placed first in Senior Colour Poster. Stobbe was also second in Intermediate Black and White Poster.

Rounding out the local results were: Thetis Island Elementary’s Matthias Bannister, third in Junior Poetry; and Berk Bohmer of Chemainus Secondary, third in Senior Essay.

Rachel Woodruff of Chemainus, who attends Cowichan Secondary School, captured third place in Senior Poetry and sister Brielle Woodruff was second in Senior Essay.

Following are the full results for each category with the various branches of each student listed in brackets:

Junior Poetry: 1. Abby Gray (Malahat No. 134), 2. Rosie Manders (Trafalgar/Propatria No. 292), 3. Matthias Bannister (Chemainus No. 191).

Intermediate Poetry: 1. Abigail Sheffar (Cowichan No. 53), 2. Kathryne Tauscher (Lake Cowichan No. 210), 3. Elijah Fry (Saanich Peninsula No. 37).

Senior Poetry: 1. Fiona Grant (Chemainus No. 191), 2. Anika Kurji (Malahat No. 134), 3. Rachel Woodruff (Cowichan No. 53).

Junior Essay: 1. Taylor Miller (Sooke No. 54), 2. Marley Dekelver (Sooke No. 54).

Intermediate Essay: 1. Grace Lavigne (Malahat No. 134), 2. Lauren Ohnona (Pender Island No. 239), 3. Hannah Cohen (Cowichan No. 53).

Senior Essay: 1. Kate Mooney (Lake Cowichan No. 210), 2. Brielle Woodruff (Cowichan No. 53), 3. Berk Bohmer (Chemainus No. 191).

Primary Colour Poster: 1. Amanda Bruce (Malahat No. 134), 2. Genesis Cua (Saanich Peninsula No. 37), 3. Chloe Burrell (Cowichan No. 53).

Junior Colour Poster: 1. Abigail Barnard (Malahat No. 134), 2. Jakob Buttner-Danyliw (Cowichan No. 53), 3. Tsehai Yilla (Trafalgar/Propatria No. 292).

Intermediate Colour Poster: 1. Brooklyn Stobbe (Chemainus No. 191), 2. Dulcie Evans (Nanaimo No. 10), 3. Lauren Effler (Trafalgar/Propatria No. 292).

Senior Colour Poster: 1. Hannah DuMez (Chemainus No. 191), 2. Shizuru Iino (Cowichan No. 53), 3. Cailey Christensen-MacDonald (Malahat No. 134).

Primary Black and White Poster: 1. Shea Stranan (Pender Island No. 239), 2. Vanessa Harry (Saanich Peninsula No. 37).

Junior Black and White Poster: 1. Kailey Boyle (Cowichan No. 53), 2. Josiah Rempel (Malahat No. 134), 3. Faie Truong (Saanich Peninsula No. 37).

Intermediate Black and White Poster: 1. Sierrah Borjeau (Cowichan No. 53), 2. Brooklyn Stobbe (Chemainus No. 191), 3. Marley-Rose Wissink (Lake Cowichan No. 210).

Senior Black and White Poster: 1. Alex Bradley (Trafalgar/Propatria No. 292), 2. Willow Paras Charlton (Cowichan No. 53), 3. Emma Byrne (Pender Island No. 239).


Brooklyn Stobbe with her second place award in the Intermediate Black and White Poster category. (Photo submitted)

First-place winners in the Legion South Island zone Remembrance Day poster and literary contest. (Photo submitted)

Second-place recipients in the Legion poster and literary contest for the South Island zone. (Photo submitted)

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