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he Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation today announced the 12 finalists of the first-time ever “Statue of Liberty Picture Contest” for children in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Three winning entries were selected from the finalists according to age group: ages 5 – 7, ages 8 – 9, and ages 10 – 12. The three students who created the winning entries are:
The other nine finalists are:
The winning pictures and finalists are currently featured on the Foundation’s website at www.statueofliberty.org. A display of the students’ pictures is being planned for the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. All twelve finalists will receive a Statue of Liberty Fun Pack. The three winners will also receive a special Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island family history journal, a genealogy book for children, and a Big Apple, New York holiday ornament. There were 1,215 qualified entries submitted by children in 39 states and from around the world. The pictures were judged according to originality, artistic skill, entrant’s age, and interpretation of Lady Liberty. Judges were Stephen A. Briganti, President and CEO of The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., and Cynthia Garrett, Superintendent of the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. Held in celebration of Lady Liberty’s 120th Anniversary on October 28, 2006, the Statue of Liberty Picture Contest was open to all elementary school children K-5, as well as homeschooled children, and ran from October 12, 2006 through January 31, 2007.