Two of the winners of Clearwater Buy-Low’s annual Easter coloring contest pose with their winning entries and the bikes they won. Pictured are (l-r) Jase Harrison, store manager Glenn Hyokki and Kaley Blayze. Missing is winner Shannon Walshe. “Thank you to all of the talented artists who entered!” says Hyokki. Photo by Kim Pendergast

PHOTOS: Kids win bikes

Clearwater Buy-Low gives out prizes for Easter colouring contest

Winners of Clearwater Buy-Low’s annual Easter coloring contest pose with their winning entries and the bikes they won. Pictured are (l-r) Jase Harrison, store manager Glenn Hyokki and Kaley Blayze.

Missing is winner Shannon Walshe. “Thank you to all of the talented artists who entered!,” said Hyokki.

READ MORE: Safety Mart announces bike winners (Apr. 16, 2012)



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The winning entry from Shannon Walshe is pictured here. Unfortunately, she was not able to attend the prize presentations with the other winners. Photo by Kim Pendergast

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