Brooklyn Stobbe’s Intermediate black and white poster that took first place for the B.C./Yukon Command in the Legion’s literary and poster contest. (Photo by Tami Graham)

Stobbe a double winner in Legion literary and poster contest

Crofton girl collects a first and a third for her art

Robert Barron

Cowichan Valley Citizen

Crofton girl collects a first and a third for her art

 

Brooklyn Stobbe receives her third place B.C./Yukon Command award from the Chemainus Legion’s Janet Mitchell for her Intermediate colour poster in the Legion’s Remembrance Day literary and poster contest. (Photo by Tami Graham)

Brooklyn Stobbe’s Intermediate colour poster that took third place for the B.C./Yukon Command in the Legion’s Remembrance Day literary and poster contest. (Photo by Tami Graham)

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