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Artwork by six-year-old artist selected for Niagara Health's 2023 holiday card

Posted Dec 20th, 2023

A young girl draws a homemade holiday care

Kinsley Miller, 6, works on her winning entry for this year's holiday card contest. 

An animated drawing about happiness and health has been chosen to be the face of the organization’s 2023 Holiday Greeting Card. 

Kinsley Miller, the six-year-old daughter of Niagara Health Ward Clerk Sarah Miller, is the incredible artist behind the grand prize-winning entry for the Annual Holiday Card Contest for Kids.

When we chose the theme for our 2023 Holiday Card Contest for Kids, we wanted to acknowledge our continued commitment to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion while also cultivating acts of kindness. Children aged three to 12 submitted more than 50 entries for the contest, depicting what the holidays mean to them. When asked "What do the holidays mean to you?", Kinsley said, "The holidays to me mean spending time with family and friends, making cookies with Mommy and Daddy and playing in the snow.​"

Kinsley Miller's winning card submission. A snowman and child hold hands outside a hospital and wish Healthy Holidays

Kinsley Miller's winning holiday card submission. 

Kinsley’s drawing was chosen to be featured on the 2023 Niagara Health holiday card.

Niagara Health is also recognizing winners in the following categories: 

Staff Favourite: Lily Parkinson, 12, granddaughter of Angela Parkinson, Ward Clerk (as voted by Niagara Health staff, physicians and volunteers)

The staff favourite holiday card showing hospital staff helping a patient

Age 3 to 5: Grady Gamble, 5, grandson of Janet Gamble, Patient Registration System Support

A holiday card featuring a snowman and rainbow peace sign

Ages 6 to 8: Solomon Dief, 8, son of Peter Dief, Manager of Funding Performance and Case Costing

A holiday card depicting a hospital decorated for the season with an ORNGE helicopter flying in the background

Ages 9 to 12: Aspynne Rogers, 12, daughter of Jennifer Rogers, Environmental Services Aide

A holiday card featuring a gingerbread person as a healthcare worker

Niagara Health System