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Gradam Elizabeth ón mBanc Lárnach (Elizabeth collects her award from the Central Bank)

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Dé Máirt, 22 Bealtain 2018, thaisteal Elizabeth ó 1 Sadhbh go Baile Átha Cliath lena tuistí agus lena múinteoir Ealaíne Iníon Ní Leannáin chun a duais a bhailiú don chéad áit i gCúige Laighean i rannóg na Sraithe Sóisearaí i gcomórtas Design a Coin an Bhainc Lárnach, ag céiliúradh 75 bliain den Bhanc Lárnach.  Ag an searmanas bhronn Philip R. Lane, rialtóir an Bhainc Lárnach teastas lena dearadh air agus dearbhán ar Elizabeth.  I ndearadh Elizabeth, ar a dtugtar an teideal 'The Changeover', taispeántar seanbhonn Punt agus bonn Euro os comhair fhoirgneamh an Bhainc Lárnach, in ómós don athrú airgeadra i 2002.  Bhí an t-uafás píosa curtha isteach ó chúige Laighean agus táimid uilig an-bhródúil as bua Elizabeth.  Anuas ar sin tugadh ainmniúchán speisialta di don duas náisiúnta mar gheall ar na siombail a d'úsáid sí a bhaineann le stair 75 bliain an bhainc lárnach.  Comhghairdeas leat a Elizabeth.

On Tuesday, 22nd May 2018, Elizabeth from 1 Sadhbh travelled to Dublin with her parents and her Art teacher Iníon Ní Leannáin to receive her prize for first place in Leinster in the Junior Cycle category of the Central Bank's Design a Coin competition, celebrating 75 years of Central Bank. At the ceremony she was awarded a framed certificate with her design on it and a voucher by the Governor of Central Bank, Philip R. Lane.  Elizabeth's piece, entitled 'The Changeover' depicts an old Punt coin and a Euro coin held in front of the old Central Bank building, representing the changeover of the currency in 2002.  There was a vast amount of entries from the province and Coláiste Lú is very proud of Elizabeth's win.  She also received a Special Mention for the National prize because of her use of symbols significant to the Central Bank and its 75 year history.  Congratulations Elizabeth!