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Mayor Announces Winner of Holiday Card Contest

Mayor Slay celebrated the winner and finalists of his annual Holiday Card Contest

December 29, 2010 | 2 min reading time

 The winner and finalists of Mayor Francis G. Slay’s annual Holiday Card Design Contest were honored at a reception in City Hall. Eleven-year-old Pearl Dailey from Froebel Literacy Academy submitted the winning design, which has been used for the design of Mayor Francis Slay’s 2010 holiday cards.
The winner and finalists attended an awards ceremony and reception in the Mayor’s Office at 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 16.  Mayor Slay presented each student with a certificate of achievement and a special gift from local businesses.  

“The Holiday Card Contest is one of my favorite holiday traditions,” said Mayor Slay. “I’m continually astounded by the artistic talent of our elementary students. This year’s winning design truly captures the holiday spirit in St. Louis.”

This year’s Holiday Card Design Contest invited grade school children in the City of St. Louis to submit a design for consideration in the contest. Hundreds of entries were received. The winners are listed below:

Grand Prize Winner
Pearl Dailey, 5th grader at Froebel Literacy Academy
1st Runner-Up
Sam Wobbe, 6th grader at St. Stephen Protomartyr School
2nd Runner-Up
Lucy Myerscough, 2nd grader at Stix E.C.C
Honorable Mentions
Anthony Beard, 3rd grader at Jefferson Elementary
Zuko Hajrovic, 3rd grader at Woerner Elementary
Brian Mendoza, 1st grader at Woodard Elementary
Taylor Gahn, 5th grader at Mallinckrodt Elementary
Annie Evola, 5th grader at St. Gabriel the Archangel
Tessa Laslo, 6th grader at McKinnley C.L.A
Cierra Cross, 4th grader at Kennard C.J.A

  • Contact Information:
    Kara Bowlin
    Press Secretary to the Mayor
    Office Phone: (314) 622-3479
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