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  • Colors of Kindness Contest Winners!

    As Mark Twain so beautifully stated: “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” In honor of Unity Day on Oct. 24th, Ptownlife presented the Colors of Kindness contest. The task was to draw an act of kindness and create a caption for your picture.

    Thank you to everyone who participated in our Unity Day Colors of Kindness Contest! We had a lot of amazing entries and it was hard to choose just a few winners.

    And now without further ado… (drumroll please)…. here are the winners of the Ptownlife Colors of Kindness Contest!

    The first place winner is Shrushti Gawshinde and the second place winner is Sreejha Samudrala. Both Sreejha and Shrushti are in 3rd grade and go to Fairlands Elementary School. We liked the artistry and message conveyed by their entries. Congratulations to Sreejha and Shrushti, who received art kits. See all the winners below.

    Again, thank you to everyone who participated and we hope you participate in the next Ptownlife contest, which will be posted soon.

    Winners

    1st Place: Shrushti Gawshinde, 3rd Grade, Fairlands
    2nd Place: Sreejha Samudrala, 3rd Grade, Fairlands

    Honorable Mentions:

    Since we had so many entries, we also chose four other runner-ups, who received Unity Day goodies. Congratulations to our runner-ups:

    Sanay Kumar from Walnut Grove Elementary School, who portrayed an act of kindness that you can do every day at school

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Devika Raj, who thought outside the box and creatively used bits of colored paper to make her design

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Lucas Mathew, who was the youngest person to enter in our contest (he is in kindergarten and goes to Walnut Grove Elementary School)


     

     

     

     

    Srishti Samhita from Alisal Elementary School, who inspired us with the caption “if you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours”

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