Children's Art Contest

Children's Art Contest

The Eagles' annual Children’s Art Contest provides youth in grades 3-6 an outlet to showcase their creative skills for a chance to win a cash prize. By igniting the creative process while teaching the core values and beliefs of The Fraternal Order of Eagles, we can help build future generations of People Helping People. The Fraternal Order of Eagles encourages the participation of youth throughout the United States and Canada (including children with no current ties to the F.O.E.) and urges each of our Aeries and Auxiliaries to get involved by educating local schools and community programs about the Children’s Art Contest.


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Brookville, PA Third Grader Wins 2018 Art Contest Grand Prize

The 2018 Children’s Art Contest has come to a close and after sorting through hundreds of entries from across the U.S. and Canada, 3rd Grade student Luma Stein sponsored by Brookville, Pennsylvania #983, was awarded the Grand Prize for a unique representation of her favorite thing – a mouse. It is rare to have a student from the third grade take home the Grand Prize but Luma's detailed pencil art carried her to victory.  For her work, Luma will receive $500. Individual first place winners will receive $200 each, with second place winners receiving $100, third place winners receiving $75 and fourth place winners receiving $50.  We would like to thank all the Aeries and Auxiliaries who helped sponsor this year’s participants and to all the children who provided such great work. Below is a list of this year’s winners and the Aeries/Auxiliaries that sponsored them.  You can view each winning submission by clicking the names below.


Grand Prize – Luma Stein - Brookville, Pennsylvania #983

3rd Grade

1st Place – Luke Fiscus - Brookville, Pennsylvania #983

2nd Place – Cameron Sleeper - Anirondack, New York #4410

3rd Place – Isabelle Morris - Morris, Minnesota #620

4th Place – Erica House - St. Marys, Georgia #4379

4th Grade

1st Place –  Ty Fiscus - Brookville, Pennsylvania #983

2nd Place – Lydia Kohlrieser - Wapakoneta, Ohio #691

3rd Place – Averi Portugal - Sunnyslope, Arizona #2957

4th Place – Abby Nuest - Morris, Minnesota #620

5th Grade

1st Place – Marlena Craig - Sunnyslope, Arizona #2957

2nd Place – Isabelle Vance - Owatonna, Minnesota #1791

3rd Place – Mackenzie Smith - St. Cloud, Minnesota #622

4th Place – Maikayla Huynh - St. Marys, Georgia #4379

6th Grade

1st Place – Grayson Blount - St. Marys, Georgia #4379

2nd Place – Arthur Paulino - New Westminster, British Columbia #20

3rd Place – Jaxon Rice - Sunnyslope, Arizona #2957

4th Place – Mikayla Messina - New Westminster, British Columbia #20


Resources

Entry Form