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Students’ artwork expresses importance of recycling

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Mukund Sairakshan Prabakaran, Honorable Mention, Grades 3-5; third grader at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Sean Kelly's third place poster for Grades K-2; Sean is a first grade student at Ethel McKnight Elementary School
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Sydney Benjamin, Honorable Mention for Grades 3-5; third grader at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Julia Mahoney, third-place winner for Grades 3-5; fifth grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Andrea Ferreyra, third-place winner for Grades 3-5; Andrea is a fourth grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Logan Pablacio, second-place winnter for -Grades 3-5; Logan is a third grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Madeline Hayston's first-place poster for Grades 3-5; Madeline is a third grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Luke Brooks's second-place poster for Grades K-2; Luke is a first grader at Walter C. Black Elementary School
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Tavo Lopez's first-place poster for Grades K-2; Tavo is a kindergartner at Ethel McKnight Elementary School
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Mukund Sairakshan Prabakaran, Honorable Mention, Grades 3-5; third grader at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
  2 / 9 
Sean Kelly's third place poster for Grades K-2; Sean is a first grade student at Ethel McKnight Elementary School
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Sydney Benjamin, Honorable Mention for Grades 3-5; third grader at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Julia Mahoney, third-place winner for Grades 3-5; fifth grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Andrea Ferreyra, third-place winner for Grades 3-5; Andrea is a fourth grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Logan Pablacio, second-place winnter for -Grades 3-5; Logan is a third grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Madeline Hayston's first-place poster for Grades 3-5; Madeline is a third grade student at Perry L. Drew Elementary School
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Luke Brooks's second-place poster for Grades K-2; Luke is a first grader at Walter C. Black Elementary School
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Tavo Lopez's first-place poster for Grades K-2; Tavo is a kindergartner at Ethel McKnight Elementary School

East Windsor held an Earth Day Recycling Poster Contest.

The theme was to promote the 4 Rs of recycling: Recycle, Reuse, Reduce, Rebuy.

The elementary school winners were honored at the April 20 council meeting. Winners received mayoral certificates of recognition and gift certificates to Barnes & Noble, donated by corporate sponsor Shiseido America.

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