Íde Carty, aged 4, has been chosen as the winner of the Children’s Art Competition which was organised by the Forward Planning Team of Roscommon County Council.
The competition is an initiative to get younger people involved in the plan making process and for them to have their say in how the county develops in the future. Budding artists in the county were asked to tell what they would like to see in Roscommon when they grow up. The initiative was well received and attracted a large number of entries.
The winner of the competition, Íde who attends Corrigenroe National School, was presented with her €50 One for All voucher by an Cathaoirleach of Roscommon County Council, Cllr. Laurence Fallon at King House, Boyle.
The Forward Planning Team would like to take this opportunity to thank all the young artists who entered and their parents or guardians for their involvement and participation. All participants in the competition were awarded a Certificate thanking them for the important role they played in the future development of the County Roscommon.
Photograph shows Ide being presented with her prize on Monday afternoon by Cathaoirleach of Roscommon County Council Laurence Fallon assisted by Pio Byrnes from Roscommon County Council Forward Planning Policy Team.
Photograph courtesy Boyletoday.com