Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl Art Contest Winners Honored at the
Annual Art Contest Recognition Event Presented by Florida Blue and the South Florida Fair
BOCA RATON/BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (November 8, 2019) — The top three winners of the annual Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl Art Design Contest from the high school, middle school and elementary school levels were celebrated at the 5th Annual Art Contest Winner Recognition Event held at the Florida Blue Boynton Beach Retail Center. Honorees and guests got the chance to hear from representatives of Florida Blue, the South Florida Fair, and Palm Beach County Arts Educators prior to receiving their individual honors. Food was provided by Chick-Fil-A along with beverages from Coca Cola and Cheribundi.
The bowl continues its partnership with the Palm Beach County School District offering the students the opportunity to showcase some of their finest artwork and experience the only NCAA Division I College Football bowl game played in Palm Beach County. Presented by Florida Blue and the South Florida Fair, the contest provides students with the opportunity to learn about football and the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle.
Elementary Division Winners:
- First Place: Lila Mackenzie, Grade 4, Beacon Cove Intermediate
- Second Place: Victoria McDonald, Grade 5, Binks Forest Elementary
- Third Place: Christian Princilus, Grade 5, Glade View Elementary
Middle School Division Winners:
- First Place: Camila Castro, Omni Middle School
- Second Place: Lily Ames, Grade 7, Woodlands Middle School
- Third Place: Mayra Perez, Grade 8, Woodlands Middle School
High School Division Winners:
- First Place: Katerin Leyva Rodriguez, Grade 12, John I Leonard High School
- Second Place: Valerie Gonzales, Grade 11, Spanish River High School
- Third Place: Jamarii Coleman, Grade 11, Wellington High School
All winning students were awarded with a four pack of tickets to the Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 21, and a complimentary ticket to the 2020 South Florida Fair. Additionally, the overall first place winner from each level will receive a Mega-Saver to the 2020 South Florida Fair and all winners will be honored during the Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl Head Coaches Press Conference and on the field on game day. First place students also garnered a $500 donation, courtesy of Florida Blue, that will be given to their respective school’s art program.