We are teeming with talent in Kerry, especially in our elementary schools, so it’s no surprise this week to see some of the high quality work students have produced as part of the annual Safety Calendar Art Competition. Kerry County Council Road.

As every year, hundreds of registrations are pouring in from schools across the county as students use their artistic talents to promote the critically important message of road safety.

With so many entries, there was the incredibly difficult task of narrowing them down to just 12, but the winners have been chosen, and their artwork will now be on the council’s 2022 road safety calendar.

In previous years, winning students were invited to attend County Buildings in Tralee, with prizes presented by the Cathaoirleach. However, with the COVID restrictions still in place, such festivities were not possible this time around.

Instead, Council staff arranged for the delivery of prize boxes (consisting of a KCC-sponsored winner’s trophy, RSA-sponsored high-visibility products, published calendars, and chocolates) this week to the winning students. in their respective county schools.

The schedule is now available for download from the Kerry County Council website at http://www.kerrycoco.ie.

The winners of the 2022 calendar were:

January: Iona Carmody, a fourth class student at St John’s Parish School in Tralee.

February: Lily O’Sullivan, a fourth class student at the Castlegregory National School.

March: Amber Marie Healy, a fourth class student at Tralee’s Presentation Elementary School.

April: Maebh O’Connor, a sixth grade student at Lissivigeen National School in Killarney.

Can: Seán Crean, a fifth-grade pupil at Loughfouder National School in Knocknagoshel.

June: Padraig Lenihan, a fifth grade pupil at Knockanes National School in Headford.

July: Charlie Henderson, a fifth grade student at Dromclough National School in Listowel.

August: Emily O’Riordan, a fifth grade student at Tarbert National School.

September: Molly Lucid, fifth class student at Scoil Naomh Eirc, Glenderry, Ballyheigue.

October: Dorka Toth, a fifth grade student at St Michael’s National School, Sneem.

November: Leona Kelly, a fifth-class student at the Ardfert National School.

December: Íde Hussey, fifth grade student at St Teresa National School in Kilflynn.

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