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Katelyn’s impactful poster wins the 2018 Road Safety Art Competition

first_imgKatelyn Nic a tSeachlainn from Scoil an Choimín, Clochan has been announced as this year’s overall winner of the Finn Harps Primary School Road Safety Art competition. Katelyn’s artwork will now feature as an advertising hoarding promoting Road Safety in Finn Park for the 2018 season.Katelyn Nic a tSeachlainn from Scoil an Choimín, Clochan with her winning entry in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition receiving her prize on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured is Donegal Road Safety Officer Brian O’Donnell and John Campbell, Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonThe overall winning entry was unveiled at Finn Harps first home game of the new season against Shelbourne at Finn Park, Ballybofey on Friday night last (9th March). The game finished 1-1 and all the winners present had a great evening as guests of Finn Harps. All the 2018 Winners: Pictured receiving their prizes in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park are Katelyn Nic a tSeachlainn, Scoil an Choimín, Clochan (overall winner), Eadaoin Finnegan, Creevy NS, Ballyshannon, Aisling McFadden, Scoil Cholmcille NS, Murroe, Dunfanaghy, Rowan Zava Mason Buchanan, St. Joseph’s NS, Rathmullan, Tommy Friel, St. Naul’s NS, Keelogs, Inver and Shea O’Leary, St. Baithin’s NS, St. Johnston with Brian O’Donnell, Donegal Road Safety Officer, John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps.The category prizes in this Art Competition were awarded to: Eadaoin Finnegan, Creevy NS, Ballyshannon; Aisling McFadden, Scoil Cholmcille NS, Murroe, Dunfanaghy; Rowan Zava Mason Buchanan, St. Joseph’s NS, Rathmullan; Tommy Friel, St. Naul’s NS, Keelogs, Inver; Shea O’Leary, St. Baithin’s NS, St. Johnston.Eadaoin Finnegan, Creevy NS, Ballyshannon receiving category prize from Brian O’Donnell Road Safety Officer for her drawing in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured are John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonAisling McFadden, Scoil Cholmcille NS, Murroe, Dunfanaghy receiving category prize from Brian O’Donnell Road Safety Officer for her drawing in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured are John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonTommy Friel, St. Naul’s NS, Keelogs, Inver receiving category prize from Brian O’Donnell Road Safety Officer for his drawing in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured are John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonShea O’Leary, St. Baithin’s NS, St. Johnston receiving category prize from Brian O’Donnell Road Safety Officer for his drawing in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured are John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonRowan Zava Mason Buchanan, St. Joseph’s NS, Rathmullan receiving category prize from Brian O’Donnell Road Safety Officer for her drawing in the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition on Friday last at Finn Park. Also pictured are John Campbell, Mark Hannon and Peter Burke from Finn Harps. Photo Clive WassonWith over 1,000 entries to this year’s competition, Donegal Road Safety Officer, Brian O’Donnell, praised all the schools for their participation in this very important Road Safety initiative.He said, “I would like to thank all the schools for getting behind this exciting competition. This year again the standard was amazing across all ages and categories and I want to congratulate all the entrants for your excellent and imaginative drawings.“I wish to also congratulate all the winners and particularly at this time, urge all parents and guardians around the county to build on the work being done in our schools by demonstrating safe and responsible road use at all times.  We need to continue to promote road safety in Donegal and help us make the roads of Donegal a safer place for all road users.” Katelyn’s impactful poster wins the 2018 Road Safety Art Competition was last modified: March 12th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Finn Harps Primary School Road Safety Art competition.road safetylast_img read more