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The Junior Orange Bowl in partnership with South Florida Writers Association recognized 10 eighth grade finalists and their teachers, then announced three winners on Sunday, May 2nd at the 33rd annual Junior Orange Bowl Creative Writing Awards Ceremony. The theme for this year’s competition asked: “How Has Nature Helped Me in This Time of Pandemic?” The awards ceremony, held at the Coral Gables Museum, was also live streamed.

The Junior Orange Bowl hosted their Second Annual Youth Ambassador Fashion Show at the beautiful InterContinental at Doral Miami. The fashion show was the finale of a two-part process where five girls, representing different age groups, were selected to serve as the 2021-2022 Youth Ambassadors: Megan Dominguez (Teens), Khloe Selena Longsworth and Angela Maria Guerra (Pre-Teens), and Jailyne Hidalgo (Junior Teens). Additionally, Arabella Kostecki was selected Miss Congeniality.

The Junior Orange Bowl in partnership with the South Florida Writers Association presents the 33rd annual Junior Orange

Bowl Creative Writing Contest. The contest is open to eighth graders in South Florida. The theme for this essay competition

is "How Has Nature Helped Me in This Time of Pandemic?" Books & Books and Coral Gables Museum are valued

sponsors of the Creative Writing event. The Creative Writing Contest is supported by a generous Community Grant from

the Coral Gables Community Foundation.

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