October 08, 2015 16:28

The competition of children's drawings devoted to the 90 anniversary of Yakutia civil aviation

On October 7, 2015 winners and participants of the drawings competition rewarding took place. For whom civil aviation enterprises of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) prepared special prizes.

Concept and subject of the drawings competition was "the 90 anniversary of Yakutia civil aviation".

Competition started in July of this year. Drawings were estimated on two age categories: from 5 to 10 years and from 11 to 18 years. 185 beautiful masterpieces was received from the Yakutsk city and different corners of the republic.

The majority of works were so good and therefore it was very difficult to allocate the best from them.

Judges approached with high level of responsibility in finding of the winners. The stipulated in advance criteria's were: composition, the interesting thematic, originality, color combination, subject, composite scheme and also likes quantity in social networks communities.

Among the first prizes, along with tablets and the LEGO sets, the Yakutia airline founded the first prize - the round trip air ticket on any flight across the territory of the Russian Federation for the winner and his attendant.

The first prize was gifted by  the Yakutia airline Dash 8 Q300 pilot Dmitry LATYSHEV. Also he thanked all children for participation in competition, for love to aircrafts and expressed confidence that these remarkable drawings will become a step in choice of future profession. He noted that is very important that young artists through the creativity study the Yakutia civil aviation history.

15-year-old Solovyov Timir from the Yakutsk city and his mother became owners of the main award from the Yakutia airline. After rewarding Timir admitted that a victory was unexpected surprise. Timir was delighted very much and reported that he will use his certificate with mother for flight from Yakutsk to St. Petersburg on summer vacation.

Mother of the winner noted that "Timir likes to draw very much, he dreams to become the architect. Timir was in the St. Petersburg before, having seen the Hermitage, very much admired, fell in love with this city..."

For all children the sweet entertainment was prepared, all left with prizes and diplomas and parting word for new victories.

Drawings of the children will decorate social projects, printing products.