The children had to color both sides of the form and draw their favorite pet.
Finalists number 1 to 7 of the 28 children who visited the Governments building received their prizes according to their category: Riddhi Vanjani, Jayline Caceres, Victoria Bellesteros, Xilah Kock, Cathy Cuello Matos, Xiarrah Winklaar, Sabine de Cuba (1st grade), Liv Aponte, Akyrah Delgado, Noah Orman, Zyzhia Danje, Padma Piar, Aranza Trimon, Léanne Mejia (1st grade); Faye Franca, D’Sheila Milan, Chloë Enser, Isabella Gomez, Lisa de Kort, Silviënny Gonzalez, Richinelda de Jongh (2nd grade); Daisyree Kock, Anderson Giron, Crisbel Gutierrez, Isabella Consuegra, Jeaengelly Niles, Maria Jose Saa Carvajal and Annemarie Tromp (3rd grade).
Through their drawings, they expressed their talent and love for their pets. Congratulations to all of our young artists!
The Action Commission’s president is happy for the support of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor’s Special Projects design of the coloring form of this year and last year.
Before they received their gift, all attending participants received a “Ban Cultiva” medal from Special Projects. This medal helps create awareness about the Dog Law while also promoting drawing talents in our children.
The 16 children who did not meet all the requirements to be in the finals but whose work stood out will be contacted this week to receive a small prize. The commission wants to thank everyone for their contribution to the contest, without leaving “Angel” (Canine awareness ambassador in Aruba) out. Special thanks go to all the participating schools and the children’s parents for the encouragement.