Texaco seek Clare children for Art Competition

Texaco seek Clare children for Art Competition

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ictured is Éabha Andrea Hughes (15), a pupil at St. Anne’s Community College, Killaloe, who won a Special Merit Award in the competition for her work entitled ‘Birdbrain’. Presenting her with the award is James Twohig, Director Ireland Operations of Valero.
ictured is Éabha Andrea Hughes (15), a pupil at St. Anne’s Community College, Killaloe, who won a Special Merit Award in the competition for her work entitled ‘Birdbrain’. Presenting her with the award is James Twohig, Director Ireland Operations of Valero.

Young Clare artists are being encouraged to enter the sixty second Texaco Children’s Art Competition.

Killaloe teenager, Éabha Andrea Hughes, a pupil at St Anne’s Community School won a Special Merit Award in the competition for her work entitled ‘Birdbrain’ in 2015 and it is hoped there will be further success for Clare artists in this year’s competition.

All entrants must be under the age on nineteen and are entitled to two entries each. February 29th is the deadline for all entires. Judging of the projects will be completed in March with the winners to be announce in April and prizes awarded in May.

Further information is available at all Texaco Service Stations and online.

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