The TCRCE 2018 Regional Heritage Fair results are as follows:
The top three winners overall in the Regional Heritage Fair held on Thursday, May 3, are (from right to left)
1st place: Ava O’Neil, grade 7, Digby Regional High School, for her project “Untold Stores of Digby Municipality”
2nd place: Boston Aldred, grade 4, Drumlin Heights Consolidated School, for his project “The Leadup to the Halifax Explosion”
3rd Place: Hunter Eisner, grade 7, Digby Regional High School, for his project “White Gold”
Young Citizens Award:
The students pictured above (from left to right) received the Young Citizens Award for communication skills, enthusiasm and leadership qualities:
- Hannah Robicheau, Digby Regional High School (project: Scalloping 101)
- Kevin Cotter, Lockeport Regional High School (project: The changes in lobster fishing in NS over the past 150 years)
- Ava O’Neil, Digby Regional High School (project: Untold stories of Digby Municipality)
- Cadence Cromwell, St. Mary’s Bay Academy (project: Birchtown and The Black Loyalist Society)
Local History Award:
Pictured above is Olivia Hamilton, grade 6, Port Maitland School, who received the Local History Award for her project “The Cotton Mill”, presented by John Sollows.
People’s Choice Award:
Pictured above is Madeline Mooney, grade 4, Yarmouth Central School, who received the People’s Choice Award for her project “Les histories de fantomes de la Nouvelle-Ecosse”.