Scotiabank with Future Centre Trust’s World Environment Day Art Competiton

The Future Centre Trust (FCT) presented prizes to the winners of the World Environment (WED) Day Art Competition at a special Ceremony at Scotiabank Sky Mall, Haggatt Hall over the weekend.

Manager of Scotiabank’s Haggatt Hall branch, Ryan Carrington shared some insight, he indicated how forming good habits in the next generation is crucial if they’re to have better environmental habits than their parents. He added this is why the contest remains a highpoint in the Barbados edition of Scotia’s Bright Future programme.

This competition encouraged students in 2 age categories to create artwork which spoke to energy conservation and energy conservation.  Now in its third year, the art competition saw some repeat entrants who must be commended for their hard work year after year.

This competition encouraged students in 2 age categories to create artwork which spoke to energy conservation and energy conservation. Now in its third year, the art competition saw some repeat entrants who must be commended for their hard work year after year.

The competition was launched on Earth Day April 22nd and ran until June 1st and the Trust was once again very pleased to reward these budding artists with prizes including Art & Craft Supplies such as – Paints, Crayons, Sidewalk Chalk, Canvas, Environmental books and an Environmental Steward’s Award.

The winners were:

6-8 Age Category9-11 Age Category
1st Place – Donnica Smaill (8 years old)1st Place – Tremel Drakes  (11  years old)
2nd Place – Alex Henry  (8 years old)2nd Place – Christopher Marshall (10 years old)
3rd Place – Shaylun Wood  (7 years old)3rd Place – Ranasha King  10  years old)
Special Mention Chaddain Sandiford (6 years old)Special Mention Jada Carrington (10 years old)

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