Students from Wayne Win Prizes in Poster Contest for March of Dimes Sponsored by Berkeley College

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TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2015
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STUDENTS FROM WAYNE WIN PRIZES IN POSTER CONTEST FOR MARCH OF DIMES SPONSORED BY BERKELEY COLLEGE

 

Berkeley College March of Dimes Poster Contest Winners from Wayne, NJ

 

Photo Caption: Berkeley College in Woodland Park recently honored Erin Hiss and Alexa Palumbo, NJ, for their respective third- and second-place poster entries to promote the March for Babies. The design contest was sponsored by Berkeley College in cooperation with the March of Dimes. High school students from Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren counties were invited to participate. Poster entries were designed to promote the March of Dimes and its upcoming annual March for Babies fundraising walk at Wayne Hills High School on April 26, 2015. First prize included a three-month subscription to lynda.com, which offers video courses for a variety of skills and hobbies – a $75 value. The second- and third-prize winners received BLICK Art Materials store gift cards for $50 and $25, respectively. A reception for contest entrants was held at Berkeley College, 44 Rifle Camp Road, Woodland Park, where the winning entries are on display. L to R: student Erin Hiss, Wayne Hills High School teacher Patricia Noll, and student Alexa Palumbo.

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