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Success of EIC students in the XVII edition of the Premis 30 d’Octubre

Thirty students from the EIC took part this year in the XVII edition of Premis 30 d’Octubre a la Creativitat Infantil i Juvenil with very good results. In total, 400 young people from Salou aged 6 to 21 were finalists. Last week the winners of the four categories were announced at a big event in the Teatre Auditori de Salou: literature, plastic arts, audiovisual and photography.

Of the 30 students of the EIC who participated, seven were winners. Leire Ugalde Salvá won the first prize in Group C in the English Literature section, Anastasia Korolkova was second and Marc Pardo Torné won the third prize.

In the same section, Elaha Spojmay Spinzar won in Group D, followed by Laura Belmonte Velasco and Júlia Olivan Vidal. Marc McGrath Pereito won the third prize in Group B in the same section.

Congratulations to all participants and especially to the winners.

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