News Article

News Article

5/8/2013

PlainsCapital Bank Announces Winners of the 2013 “Saving for Success” Financial Literacy Poster Contest

For the second year in a row, PlainsCapital Bank partnered with Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of Greater Dallas to host the “Saving for Success” financial literacy poster contest for students throughout Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin and Lubbock. Winners of the contest were selected from among 892 posters submitted by kindergarten through 12th grade students and were judged on expression of theme, artwork, content and overall creativity. This year’s theme encouraged students to artistically convey their definition of success and how they plan to reach their personal goals by saving and making wise financial decisions.

Saving for college was the most popular financial goal illustrated in this year’s posters. Other popular goals included buying a house, raising a family, buying a car and saving for a dream vacation.

Student winners and their corresponding teacher will each be awarded $100 during a presentation at their school. Runners-up and their teachers will each win $50.

The 2013 financial literacy poster contest winners are:

Dallas

  • Hannah Sears, 10th grade, Frisco ISD Career and Technical Education Center

  • Camille Murray, 9th grade, Prince of Peace Christian School

  • Esmeralda Garcia, 8th grade, E.D. Walker Middle School

  • Jennifer Saucedo, 8th grade, Jubilee Park & Community Center (runner-up)

  • Julian Lopez, 5th grade, Jubilee Park & Community Center

Representatives from PlainsCapital Bank, CCCS and Jubilee Park & Community Center attend the check presentation ceremony at Jubilee Park in Dallas on May 1

  • Jade Radford, 4th grade, Isbell Elementary

  • Sarah Boutovis, 3rd grade, Isbell Elementary (runner-up)

    Fort Worth

  • Julio Joel Alvarez Avila, 12th grade, Polytechnic High School

  • Katelyn Aguilar, 7th grade, Daggett Middle School

    San Antonio

  • Nicholas Martinez, 7th grade, San Antonio Youth Association

  • Legacy Lopez, 5th grade, San Antonio Youth Association

  • Priscilla Lumbreras, 5th grade, San Antonio Youth Association

    Austin

  • Sriya Mechineni, 4th grade, Barton Creek Elementary

    Lubbock

  • Kaci Dobbs, 11th grade, Coronado High School

  • Hiroyo Masuda, 11th grade, Coronado High School

  • Daniela Lopez, 3rd grade, McWhorter Elementary 

Download PDF