Limehouse Produce Announces Winners of 2016 “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign

Limehouse Produce is proud to announce the winners of the third annual “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign. For the campaign, area elementary schools submitted their best artwork and creative projects promoting strawberries. School classes submitted recipes, drawings, artwork, or stories all showcasing more about the popular fruit.

Limehouse received more entries than ever and decided to select a grand prize winner and to designate four categories for other winners:

  • Overall 2016 Winner: Hursey Elementary: Liz Ramirez, lead teacher
  • Best Art Work Project: James Simmons Elementary: Jessica Wilson, lead teacher
  • Best Recipe Project: St. Andrews Math & Science Elementary: Pritchet Gibbs and Michelle “Mickie” Evans, lead teachers
  • Best Hands-On Project: The Green Heart Project: Mitchell Elementary School, Sander Clyde Elementary, Meeting Street Academy, Meeting Street Elementary @ Brentwood, and Sullivan’s Island Elementary.
  • Best Essay/Writing Project: Hunley Park Elementary: Joan Doran, lead teacher

  As the Overall Winner, Hursey Elementary receives a Grand Prize of 100 pounds of local strawberries, a special trophy to display at school, and passes to Boone Hall Plantation to pick strawberries or to attend their annual Strawberry Festival. The four category winners receive a special trophy and 100 lbs. of strawberries. All students that enters in the competition will receive strawberries for their class to enjoy. The Charleston County Library Main Branch will have a special display showcasing some of the items in May.

 To learn more about the “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign, visit www.limehouseproduce.com.

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