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Young design winners get stamp of approval

| 28/01/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Postmaster General Sheena Glasgow with winning students. (Back row, L-R) Cerys Martin, Samruddhi Tagalpallewar and Arianna Anglin; (front row, L-R) Zara Garofalo and Clementine Lumsden

(CNS): The five students who created the winning stamp designs for the 2015 special Christmas issue were recently presented with mementoes by the Cayman Islands Postal Service. Each young person received a framed stamp set with a first-day cover, a sheet of their stamps and a commemorative poster from Postmaster General Sheena Glasgow.

Chosen from more than 50 entries, the winners were Zara Garofalo, Arianna Anglin, Samruddhi Tagalpallewar and Cerys Martin, all of Ignatius Catholic School; and Clementine Bonnie Lumsden of Cayman Prep and High School.

The Postal Service released the stamp issue on 2 December, in a series themed: “What does Christmas in the Cayman Islands mean to you?” The competition marked the first time that the organisation had invited local students to submit their designs.

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