CHIP 101.9 Drawing contest winners
Article published on 18 December 2019
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Yesterday evening concluded the 14th edition the Christmas drawing contest on CHIP 101.9. A record of 163 drawings were received for this year’s competition. Three children won $200 each in their category. In the 5 to 7 year-old category, Macy Dagenais won first place. For the 8-10 was Abby Dagenais and Léande Bonnerot won the 11 to 13 category:

The winners of the 2nd prize received $ 75 and the third won $ 50 each. This year, CHIP 101.9 added 9, $ 20, participation prizes.

All the winners;

1er prix - 5-7 ans - Macy Dagenais 1er prix - 8-10 ans - Abby Dagenais 1er prix - 11-13 ans - Léande Bonnerot 2e prix - 5-7 ans - Jackson Adam 2e prix - 8-10 ans - Emrik Chaput 2e prix - 11-13 ans - Kamie Desormeaux 3e prix - 5-7 ans - Mollie Romain 3e prix - 8-10 ans - Mia Eadie 3e prix - 11-13 ans - Samuel Boisvert-Boucher

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