St. Scholastica Student Wins Art Tilt

Winner of this year’s Negros Wildlife Week environmental poster competition, held today at Robinsons in Bacolod City, was 11year-old St. Scholastica student Renee Joy Beljera. Her winning entry called ‘Saving Nature’ shows ways that everyone can help save mother nature.


St. Scholastica student Renee Joy Beljera with her winning poster entry ‘"Saving Nature". Looking on are (l-r) NFEFI’s Mimie Ledesma, judging panel member Imelda Tinsay, NFEFI curator Dr. Joanne Justo, and NFEFI president Paul Lizares.*

Runner-up, also from St. Scholastica, was 11 year-old Princess Gardose. Third was 12 year-old Dennyl Eve Ariola from Andres Bonifacio Elementary School 1.

Earlier in the day at Robinsons, the Sum-ag National High School team of Christine Torrepenida and Christine delos Santos romped home to win the first round of the Provincial Wildlife Quiz Bowl. Second and third were teams from Sta. Rosa of Lima School and St. Joseph School-La Salle respectively.*