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Island kids share car concepts for the future

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Several island youngsters are getting their due rewards for sharing their vision of the future and taking a shot at streamlining transportation. Several local students were announced as finalists in Atkins Kroll's Dream Car Art Contest, in which they submitted their concepts for how vehicles could look in the years ahead.

Out of more than 370 submissions, the winners were as follows:

- Under 7 – 1st Place Khezzeah Chanylle, 2nd Place Denise Garcia, and 3rd Place Jeremiah Manibusan

- 8-11 years old – 1st Place Reo Okawa, 2nd Place Allessandra Calma, and 3rd Place Angelina Blaz

- 12-15 years old – 1st Place Jasmine Pangelinan, 2nd Place Frances Pakingan, and 3rd Place Lola Martin

Their submissions now head to Japan were Toyota judges will consider them among other finalists from over 80 countries.

Congratulations and great job!

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