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Presents

Holy Childhood Association
2006 Annual Christmas Artwork Contest Winners

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Nick Bonfe - Grade 6

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Ferdinand Buendia - Grade 5

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Lorena A. S. Garza - Grade 6

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Jaelen E. Espiritu - Grade 1

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Madeline D. Fritz - Grade 8

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Lourdes Guerra - Grade 8

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Stephanie Hechter - Grade 5

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Amanda Steinbecker - Grade 7

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Audrey R. Johnson - Grade 1

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Erin Koch - Grade 7

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Jessica Chu-A-Kong - Grade 8

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Ansherina Madlangbayan-Grade 8

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Callie McAskill - Grade 6

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Kayleigh McGregor - Grade 7

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Tyler Mokris - Grade 8

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Lorielle Moore - Grade 6

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Kirby Orosco - Grade 8

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Tomas J. Peñate - Grade 8

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Tori E. Peters - Grade 5

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Alyssa Pingel - Grade 7

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Michael Vasquez-Pompili - Grade 8

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Rachel Sangalli - Grade 8

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Emma Sartain - Grade K

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Emily Young - Grade 7

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Briana Latino - Grade 7

The Holy Childhood Association has one focus—to bring the love of Jesus to the world's children. Their annual Christmas Artwork Contest is open to all Catholic school, parish religious education and home school students in grades K through 8.
The children's work will be on display in the Marian Library through the Advent and Christmas season and for years to come on this web page.

Click to go to HCA Kids!

Children, Click on Polly Parrot to visit HCA Kids to play games, download wallpapers, learn some fun facts and get the news about missions to children all over the world!

 


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