2013 Newton Student EnviroArt Contest Awards and Exhibit

2013 Newton Student Environmental Art Contest Awards (April 2) and Exhibit (April 1-15) at Newton Cultural Center. Photos and winners of 7th Annual Contest, with links to more at Green Decade/Newton.

Congratulations and thanks to the Newton students in grades 2-5 and afterschool programs, teachers and schools who participated in Green Decade/Newton’s 7th Annual Student EnviroArt Contest! Mayor Setti Warren also attended the 2013 Awards Program at the Newton Cultural Center on April 2 for more than 90 environmental artists from Angier, Burr, Countryside, Franklin, Lincoln-Eliot, Memorial-Spaulding, Underwood, Williams, Zervas, Solomon Schechter Day School - Extended Day Program, New Art Center and Suzuki School of Newton.  All of the contest artwork will be exhibited at the Newton Cultural Center's auditorium until April 15. 

2013 Green Medalists (1st place):

2nd Grade       Ava & Grace, Zervas - Ava Neal & Grace Grabowski

3rd Grade        Audrey Gagnon, Franklin

4th Grade        Saylor Flannery, Angier

5th Grade        Jessica Stephen, Countryside

After-School   Hoot Hoot, Solomon Schechter Day School - Jonah Tillman & Joseph Nickerson

Photos of the Green Medalist artwork and of the 2013 Awards Program can be seen at www.greendecade.org, along with a list of all Green Medalist and Special Recognition award winners and their schools.

Green Decade/Newton would also like to thank our 2013 sponsors: NSTAR, The Village Bank, Whole Foods Market and Green Planet Kids.  We also appreciate the continued support of Green Energy Newton, the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, New Art Center, Newton Community Service Center, NewtonPatch, Newton PTO Council and the Newton Schools Foundation.

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