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A postcard drawn by an eight-year-old from Penza was issued by “Post of Russia”
A postcard drawn by an eight-year-old from Penza was issued by “Post of Russia”
Society 21.08.2019

Kira Molokova from Penza became a winner of the All-Russian competition of children’s comics “#SummerOfYourVictories” organized by the Museum of Victory and the foundation “Hurry with good deeds” with the support by “Post of Russia”. Her comic story took the first place in the age category from 7 to 10 years old and together with works by other 6 winners was issued as a limited edition post card.

The cancellation ceremony for postcards where contest participants depicted their victories and achievements was held during the rewarding of laureates and prizewinners on Friday, August 16th, 2019.

The organizers of the competition had asked children to draw stories of their victories happened this summer. Most often children had shared stories of their sport achievements, victories over their fears, good deeds.

“When I started going out for training, it did not come easy, at times I even thought of quitting, but I understood that with each training session I was becoming stronger and more self-confident. Then I had first competitions where I defeated my rival of the same weight and age, and the next fight was supposed to be with a girl who had been training longer than me, but what’s most important, who was heavier and higher than me. I pulled myself together, recollected everything the coach had taught me and won! … And further on, more competitions and more victories!”, wrote Kira in the explanation to her work.

“I grew up, became more self-confident, strong with spirit and body”, spoke the girl about her main victory. She noted that her parents had supported her in sport beginnings.

About a hundred of young artists from 7 to 14 years old from 30 regions of Russia had participated in the creative contest. Most of works. had come from Moscow, Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk, Moscow region, Nizhny Novgorod region, Tula region and the Republic of Bashkortostan. Children from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan had also sent their drawings.

Prizes and diplomas were handed to the winners and laureates by the competition jury chairman, the president of the “Hurry with good deeds” foundation, Oksana Fyodorova.

The Museum of Victory has published best works on its official website and in its groups in social networks.