The Rotary Club of Reston honored the winners of its poster contest, which was held in November and December in recognition of 100 years of world-wide Rotary service. The winning entry was a poster created by Sarah Bentley, 13, of Reston. She received $200 from the Rotary Club of Reston and her entry has been forwarded to Rotary District 7610 for consideration in regional, national or international competitions.
The second-place entry was submitted by Katherine Gallagher, 11, of Reston. She received $100 from the Rotary Club of Reston.
The third-place entry was drawn by Amira Idris, 10, of Reston. She received $50 from the Rotary Club of Reston.
The fourth-place entry was created by Duaa Nasereldin, 13, of Reston. She received a certificate recognizing her work.
The second, third and fourth place winning entries are on display at the Reston Art Gallery at Lake Anne.
The Reston Museum at Lake Anne collected and coordinated the entries for the contest, and Pat Macintyre and the artists of the Reston Art Gallery judged the entries, helped present the winners and displayed the artwork.
The Rotary Club of Reston meets each Wednesday for lunch at 12:15 p.m. at the Hunters Woods Fellowship House on Colts Neck Road.
The club organizes a variety of community service projects each year for the benefit of Reston residents, supports students from South Lakes High School through scholarships and its Interact Club, and contributes to international projects, including the worldwide program to eradicate polio, through Rotary International. For more information about the club, call 703-476-7761.