• Every year, we enter a variety of art contests. Here are some of our past winners from the Pennsylvania Recycling Poster Contest

    In 2003, Corrina Tender won 1st Place for second grade students in the State of Pennsylvania. Pictured below is her drawing.
    1st Place 

    In 2004, Sara Ann Baker won 2nd Place for third grade students in the State of Pennsylvania.

    Also in 2004, Leanne Bentz won 2nd Place for second grade students. Their artworks were featured on a calender, under the months of February and March. 

    To view the entire calender, you can download the following PDF file.  (to view this, you will need Adobe Acrobat)   Calender

    You can also visit Pennsylvania's Recycling Website at: http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/airwaste/wm/recycle/recycle.htm

    In 2006, Katrina Fleeman won Honerable Mention for her entry in the Washington County Children and Youth Services Poster Contest.  The contest's theme was "Nurture a child and watch the future blossom".
    Also In 2006, Emily O'Brien was one of 13 winners selected to be featured on the Attorney General's anti-drug 2007 calendar. Her artwork is featured on the month of October. Each year, fifth-grade students from across Pennsylvania are encouraged to create an original work of art illustrating a drug-free message of their choice.  The 13 winners represent each month of the 2007 calendar year and a Grand Prize winner who has his artwork displayed on the calendar's cover.
    This year, the winners were chosen from a record field of nearly 700 semi-finalists from schools throughout 50 Pennsylvania counties. The winners were chosen based on the artists' creativity and ability to illustrate and convey a drug-free message. You can also visit the web site at: www.attorneygeneral.gov

    In 2007, two of our 4th grade students, Cassidy Hiles and Caley Ritts, were awarded Honorable Mentions for the “2007 Law Day Poster Contest.” This contest was sponsored by the Washington County Bar Association.

    In 2008, Marah Ragan won Honerable Mention for her entry in the Washington County Children and Youth Services Poster Contest.  The contest's theme was "What you were thankful for".

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    Amanda Bernola was one of 13 students selected for the American Red Cross 2009 Calendar Art Contest. Out of the 400 original entries, Amanda's art work was one of the 37 semi-finalists that was hung at the regional headquarters for voting. From the 37, the top 13 vote getters were ultimately selected for the calender. Congratulations Amanda!
    Katie Shergi
    In 2008, the 12th Annual Attorney General's Drug-Free Calendar Contest was won by Katie Shergi.  Katie's art will be featured in the Attorney General's annual calendar for the month of May 2009.
    2010, Nathan Durik placed third in a t-shirt design competition for the STEM conference. His design was created in Adobe Photoshop, and submitted electronically.

    2019 Andi Midler, one of 13 state-wide winners of the Attorney General's anti drug calendar.
Last Modified on November 11, 2019