In a celebration of the true meaning of the Christmas season, over 200 students from All Saints Catholic School in Norwalk recently submitted entries in the Knights of Columbus’ annual Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest.
According to the rules of the contest, posters were required to be the original work of the student and to somehow reflect the theme of Keep Christ in Christmas.
The posters, created by All Saints students in Grades 1-4, were judged by members of Council 14360 at a recent meeting. “It was extremely difficult for us to single out individual students for their work,” commented Council 14360’s Grand Knight Scott Criscuolo. “All of the students put so much thought and creativity into their posters, and we thoroughly enjoyed judging them.”
“We would like to thank Mrs. Linda Dunn, All Saints’ principal, and all of the students who submitted entries in this year’s contest,” Criscuolo added. “Once again, they reminded us of what Christmas is truly about.”
Congratulations to this year’s talented winners!