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February 3, 2021

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners

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For Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day on December 7, youth in grades K-12 used their imagination to draw, color or paint an image in remembrance of Pearl Harbor or the USS Arizona. Each winner received a $50 gift card to a Talking Stick Entertainment District partner property. Because this was the inaugural contest, it was decided that all 11 entries from children of various ages would receive the prize.

The young artists who entered the contest are Vivian Rosenstein (third grade), Alexis Aguilar (fourth grade), Amelia Lasiloo (fourth grade), Cruz Lasiloo (fifth grade), Eli Osif (fifth grade), Elijah Little (12th grade), Hunter Le (kindergarten), Jacob Porchas (sixth grade), Mason Giago (fourth grade), Michaela Collins (fifth grade) and Victor Rosenstein (first grade

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Jacob Porchas, Grade 6.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Mason Giago, Grade 4.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Eli Osif, Grade 5.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Alexis Aguliar, Grade 4.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Amelia Lasiloo, Grade 4.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Cruz Lasiloo, Grade 5.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Hunter Le, Kindergarten.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Michaela Collins, Grade 5.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Victor Rosenstein, Grade 1.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Youth Art Contest Winners
By Elijah Little, Grade 12.