Young artists win coloring contest
The four winners of The Telegraph’s Smucker’s Stars on Ice Coloring Contest have been chosen! The young Picassos all won a family four-pack of tickets to the tour featuring Olympic, world and national champion skaters Friday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the Verizon Wireless Arena. The winners are:
Meghan Dugan, 4, of Nashua: Meghan attends the pre-kindergarten program at St. Christopher’s School. Meghan currently takes skating lessons at Conway Arena and participated in her first basic skills competition last fall. She also enjoys dancing, gymnastics and karate, but, most of all, she likes playing with her friends and cousins.
Alyssa Russo, 6, of Nashua: Alyssa is in the second grade at Sunset Heights Elementary School in Nashua. She does not skate, but she does like to watch the skaters on TV. She enjoys anything that has to do with playing outside, sledding, bike riding and swimming. When she is inside, she enjoys anything to do with coloring or anything crafty.
Elizabeth Dion, 8, of Nashua: Elizabeth attends Charlotte Avenue School in Nashua and is in the third grade. She does not skate as of yet. Currently her interests are skiing, soccer, gymnastics and the piano. Perhaps after seeing Smucker’s on Ice she will want to learn to skate as well!
Kylie Letendre, 9, of Hudson: Kylie attends Hills Garrison Elementary School, and she is also a figure skater at Conway Arena.
For more information about the show, visit starsonice.com.