Poster contest victors assist commemorate National Heritage Day in N.L.

ST. JOHN’S, NL– An event for National Heritage Day was held at Yellowbelly Brewery in St. John’s on Monday, Feb. 19.

Throughout the occasion, champions of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador’s (HFNL) 13th yearly heritage locations poster contest were present to accept their prizes.This year’s total as well as senior high school winner was Hayley Martin, a Grade 12 student at Carbonear Collegiate. She portrayed the Cathedral of the Immaculate Fertilization Registered Heritage Structure in Harbour Grace.The key victor was Chloe Flusk, a Quality

3 student at St. Bonaventure’s University in St. John’s. Her entrance featured St. Bonaventure’s University Registered Heritage Framework in St. John’s. Spurrell, a Quality 5 trainee at Waterfront Elementary in Clarenville, was the elementary champion for her image of Kimberly Row in St. John’s. Luke Shannahan was the junior high victor. The Quality 9 student at Baltimore Institution in Ferryland showed R.J. O’Brien’s General Shop Registered Heritage Structure in Cape Broyle.Some 1,000 students from 50 schools throughout Newfoundland and Labrador entered this year’s contest.Hayley’s winning submission is featured on the foundation’s poster promoting Heritage Day 2018 in the province.Hayley’s school, meanwhile, received$750 and a plaque install of her overall winning entry. The colleges the various other 3 champions attend each received $300.

HFNL likewise highlighted just recently designated Registered Heritage Frameworks as well as structures restored via its assistance throughout the event.Newly designated structures consisted of Simms Home Registered Heritage Framework in St. John’s and St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church Recognized Heritage Framework in Barr ‘d Islands.Recently restored homes consisted of Adam Mouland Residential or commercial property, Bonavista; Harding Residence, Greenspond; Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, Ferryland; Lakeview, Brigus; Lord Nelson Loyal Orange Lodge LOL # 140, Woody Point; as well as Memorial United Church, Bonavista.Doris Kavanagh of the Holy Trinity Church Remediation Foundation in Ferryland approved an unique heritage honor for her work and that of the Holy Trinity Church Restoration Structure on Monday.They are helping to maintain and restore Holy Trinity RC Church in Ferryland, among a small number of stone churches still standing in the province.The National Trust fund for Canada promotes the third Monday in February yearly as Heritage Day as well as the week adhering to as Heritage Week.This year’s motif was “Heritage Stands the Test of Time.”