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Diversity Art & Essay Contest 2010

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We would like to thank all of the contestants that particpated in the First Annual Diversity Art & Essay Contest, we thank you all for your time and effort. Here is the list of winners.


If you are a winner, please go down the page and read carefully all the instructions. Note: If you are a winner we are not able to return your work


Art Contest Winners

Mid School
1- Daniel Hoyos, 8th grade, Robert Morris School #18
2- Resham Dhaduk, 8th grade, Franklin L. Williams Middle School 7
3- Kayley Santos, 6th grade, Aquinas Academy (Livingston)

Honorable mentions
1- Bruno Duarte, 7th grade, Barkalow Middle School
2- Maxwell Kistner, 7th grade, Collingswood Middle School
3- Ingrid Noriega, grade 7th, Academy of Our Lady
4- Alexandra Mytnick, grade 7, Long Branch Middle School
5- Kyle Gray, grade 8, Long Branch Middle School


High School
1- Julie Kang, 11th grade, Bergen County Academies
2- Joseph Park, 11th grade, Boonton High School
3- Michele Chen, 10th Grade, Lenape High School

Honorable mentions
1- Tian Huang, 11th Grade, Bergen County Academies
2- Michael Yuan, 9th Grade, Millburn High School
3- Midoriko (Grace) Abe, 11th Grade, Bergen County Academies
4- Ashley Wolff, 11th Grade, Roxbury High School
5- Cassandra Brittin, 10th Grade, AP Schalick High School


Essay Winners

Mid school
1- Kristin Potocki, 6th grade, Grice Middle School
2- Libby Keene, 7th grade, Bergen Arts and Science Charter School
3- Leonela Vega, 8th grade, Terence C. Reilly #7 Gifted and Talented School

Honorable mentions
1- Rachel Martinez, 7th grade, Frelinghuysen Middle School
2- Lotta Meriluoto, 6th grade, Frelinghuysen Middle School
3- Luisa F. Goytia, 8th grade, Robert Morris School #18
4- Angus Fung, 7th grade, Bergen Arts and Science Charter School
5- Natalie Levine, Frelinghuysen Middle School


High School
1- Farhana Chowdhury, 11th grade, Hawthorne High School
2- Iman Abdulrafiu, 10th grade, West Orange High School
3- Rhina Navarro, 11th grade, Hackensack High School

Honorable mentions
1- Stphen M. Bloshuk, 10th grade, Morris County School of Technology
2- Kaitlin Brown, 11th grade, Hawthorne High School
3- Noa Yaakoba, 11th grade, Northern Valley Regional High School
4- Jules Mbu, 10th grade, West Orange High School
5- Kevin Cosenza, 11th grade, Hawthorne High School



Prizes for each category
Grades 9 through 12:
1. First Place - $1000
2. Second Place - $800
3. Third Place - $600
4. 5 mentions: $100 each.

Grades 6 through 8:
1. First Place - $750
2. Second Place - $600
3. Third Place - $500
4. 5 mentions: $100 each.

Venue
Awards Ceremony will be held on June 6 at Hanover Marriott Hotel in Whippany at 5:30 pm along with IDC Awards Ceremony 2010.
Click here to see how lucky these students are. (Street address: 1401 Rt. 10 E, Whippany, New Jersey 07981)

Awards
Awards, whether check or cash, will be given/made payable to parents or legal guardians. Winners have to come with an adult. Students should give the person's full name to whom the checks will made payable to.

RSVP
We urge all winners to attend the ceremony. It will be an unforgetable time in their lives. However, RSVP is required as this is a seated event. Each student may be accompanied by one adult only. Use below contact information to RSVP.

Contact Information
Interfaith Dialog Center
17 Academy St. Suite 701
Newark, NJ 07102

P: 973-353-9333
F: 973-353-9331
E-Mail: infoidc(at)idcnj.org

 

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