October 24, 2020

Red Sky at Night Tree Decorating Competition winners announced

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…and the 2015 Cayfest Tree Decorating Competition Winner is JOHN GRAY HIGH SCHOOL!

Colourful trees, cultural trees, trees with lights, trees with lots of beautiful sights! The 3rd annual Tree Decorating Competition is a delightful element of Cayfest Red Sky at Night festival, allowing the public a chance to put their creativity on display, dress up the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre grounds and compete for coveted prizes.

unnamed-1Persons who attend Red Sky at Night each year are in awe when they see the usually humble trees transformed into show-stopping tree models. This year, the Tree Decorating Competition was open to groups of five from schools only, and a grand prize of $1000 in arts supplies was up for grabs. The competing schools included: George Town Primary School, Grace Christian Academy, John Gray High School Art Club and Prospect Primary School.

The schools chose their own themes and a panel of judges along with CNCF’s faithful Facebook friends, selected the winning school. John Gray High School’s theme was ‘A Rainbow Garden’ and 95% of the materials in their colourful display were recycled; George Town Primary School shared their love of Cayman’s flora and fauna, as well as our maritime heritage; Prospect Primary School took us around the globe with flags, symbols and objects from various unnamed-1countries and cultures; and Grace Christian Academy used a subtle combination of blue and white along with angelic cutouts to transform their tree.

CNCF thanks all participants and is pleased to announce JOHN GRAY HIGH SCHOOL as the winner of the 2015 Tree Decorating Competition. Our kind sponsors for this year’s grand prize include Kirk Office Equipment, A.L. Thompson’s, Books & Books, Super Stitch, Pure Art Gallery, Book Nook, Lee’s Office Supply Products, and CNCF.

IMAGE: Rita Estevanovich (CNCF), Deborah Richey & Aimee Randolph (John Gray High School)

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