Third Prize Winner in FCCA Contest Hails From St. Kitts

Arjenel Browne of the Immaculate Conception Catholic School is the third prize winner in the junior division of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Foundation for the Caribbean 2018 Children’s essay contest.

As a result, Browne and her school have won one thousand US dollars each.

Primary and secondary school students from all grades in FCCA partner destinations were invited to participate in the prestigious FCCA competition.

Each student was required to submit one essay written in English, 500 words in length, on the topic: “What cultural aspect of my country should cruise passengers experience?” the essays were judged on content/subject, creativity, style/structure and grammar.

During the cheque handing-over presentation, Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Lindsay Grant said that Ms. Browne and the ICCS should be proud as she was selected from a vast number of student entries.

The FCCA is a non-profit trade organization composed of 18 member lines operating nearly 200 vessels in Floridian, the Caribbean and Latin American waters.

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