Students at PCPS were given sunflower seeds last spring as part of the Champlain in Bloom Project. On October 5,participating students brought in their sunflowers and won prizes for the smallest, tallest, most original and working together categories.
Diane Alexander and Councillor Helen MacLeod were the judges for the competition.
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