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Art Competition

Students in elementary, middle, and high school levels submitted artwork and one winner was chosen from each grade category. Amongst the three winners, the artwork will be chosen to be used on a City of Miami 125th Anniversary protocol item. 

Here are the finalists of the City of Miami 125th Anniversary Student Art Competition.

Elementary

1st place
Alexa Mendez – Sunset Elementary
2nd place
Juliet Bruno – Isaac Academy
3rd place
Chelsea Berman – EWF Stirrup Elementary

Junior High

1st place
Kyanna Gonzalez – St. Michael Archangel Catholic School
2nd place
Amber Lauriston – Highland Oaks Middle School
3rd place
Julieta Infante – St. Michael Archangel Catholic School

Senior High

1st place
Allyson Miranda – Booker T. Washington
2nd place
Catherine Plotnikov – Design and Architecture Senior High
3rd place
Yumauris Marmol – Booker T. Washington

Our Seniors

We traveled through all the districts in Miami to interview a diverse group of our senior citizen community. In honoring our past and embracing the future, we wanted to be sure that the wisdom and voices of our seniors were heard throughout the City of Miami 125th Anniversary.

We asked two simple questions of our seniors: Tell us what Miami means to you and What are your hopes and advise for the future generation of Miami?
Watch and see what they had to say. 

What does Miami mean to you?

What are your hopes and advice for the future generation of Miami?

CAST YOUR VOTE!

Florida Power and Light and The Miami 125th Anniversary committee invites you to cast your vote for your favorite art piece. Students from all over Miami were invited to submit their artistic rendering of what Miami means to them.
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