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2013-14 Peace Poster & Easy Contests Winners



Congratulations to Tongbram Mahesh Singh, a 12-year-old boy from India and the grand prize winner of this year’s Lions International Peace Poster Contest.


His poster was chosen among over 100 entries from all over the world for beautifully depicting the theme “Our World, Our Future.”


He was sponsored by the Moirang Lions Club. Tongbram will receive a special award and US$5,000 and will be recognized at this year’s Lions Clubs International Convention in Toronto, Canada.


A complete list of the 2013-14 Peace Poster Contest Merit Award Winners is available Here.


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Congratulations to the winner of the 2013-14 Lions International Essay Contest: Ashish Karki, age 12, from Nepal.


He was sponsored by the Lions Club of Kathmandu Ramechhap. Below is an excerpt from his winning essay for this year’s theme, “Our World, Our Future”:

“What will be in the future? I always ask myself this question. Nobody is responsible for us. The modern era is deeply rooted with self-centeredness, violence, crime and lack of certitude. To eradicate these tendencies we have to bring the light of peace, justice, brotherhood, responsibility and rational human behavior through education. Education is true medicine of the mind if all the citizens of the world get access to education to create the better world and make it the best place.”


The essay contest was created to offer an opportunity to visually impaired young people to express their feelings of peace.


Learn more about the essay contest.

Read Ashish’s full essay.


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New Jersey won a Merid Award Winner – Peace Poster Contest:


Kevin Ge, 13 years old, Leo member of Edison Leo club sponsor by Edison Metro Lions Club has won the merit award for this year.

He is a student of Woodrow Wilson Middle School, Edison NJ.

His message of peace: “Peace is where people get along together without violence. It allows people to live in harmony. With peace, people in the world live happily together.”


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