St. Ann’s Catholic School student Sienna Gryschuk (left), teacher Kimberly Cameron and student Claire Barbosa celebrate the news that Gryschuk and Barbosa were recognized for their Burn Awareness Week posters. Photo submitted

Quesnel students recognized for burn awareness posters

St. Ann’s Catholic School student Claire Barbosa in the provincial Burn Awareness Week Poster Contest

Two St. Ann’s Catholic School students were recently recognized for their Burn Awareness Week posters.

Claire Barbosa was the Northern Region winner in the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund 2018 Burn Awareness Week Poster Contest. She won $500 for St. Ann’s School, a pizza party for her class, a certificate and a plush fire dog.

Sienna Gryschuk was an honorable mention and received $50 for St. Ann’s School , a certificate and a plush fire dog.

The Burn Fund received 690 entries from across the province for this year’s poster contest.

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