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Oxnard sixth grader from César Chávez Elementary School wins California Strawberry Festival’s 2014 Youth Art Design contest

Oxnard sixth grader from César Chávez Elementary School wins California Strawberry Festival’s 2014 Youth Art Design contest

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OXNARD — From an all-time record of 1,800 entries, the “berrilious” design of 11-year-old Itzel Gonzalez from César Chávez Elementary in Oxnard was selected as the winner of the 31st Annual California Strawberry Festival Youth Art Design Contest, the festival’s organizers reported in a media release.

Festival representatives held a pizza party and award presentation with her entire 6th grade class on April 23 to celebrate the announcement. Gonzalez received a $100 gift certificate (teacher, Maricruz Perez, was awarded a $50 gift certificate), Gonzalez given the honor of having her design showcased before a crowd of thousands in the Community Connections exhibit at the California Strawberry Festival May 17 and 18.

Every one of the thousands of students from school districts throughout Ventura County — kindergarten to sixth grade — who participated in the contest, will receive a festival ticket as an appreciation for their efforts, organizers reported.
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Finish reading Oxnard sixth grader from César Chávez Elementary School wins California Strawberry Festival’s 2014 Youth Art Design contest

Featured Photo: Itzel Gonzalez, center, from César Chávez Elementary School in Oxnard, was selected the 2014 Youth Art Design Contest winner for the 31st annual California Strawberry Festival. With her are teacher Maricruz Perez, from left, and Daisy Tatum, festival board member. Photo courtesy of California Strawberry Festival

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