Keystone Chapter UNICO conducted its seventh annual Christopher Columbus Day Coloring Contest for the second grade classes at Dunmore Elementary Center and Saint Mary’s Parochial School.
A winning entry was selected from each class by the contest committee. At the awards presentation, the winners received a $25 Gift Card to Walmart and their art entry professionally framed.
Coloring Contest winners from the Dunmore Elementary Center are front row, from left: Soleil Shrestha from Mrs. Gavalla’s class; Jude Stefanski from Mrs. Cordaro’s class; Madison Morgan from Mrs. Walsh’s class; Isabella Stipp from Mrs. Amendolaro’s class; and Noah Rought from Mrs. Torquato’s class.
Standing, same order: Keystone UNICO board members Mark and Michele McDade; Keystone UNICO coloring contest coordinator James Mack; Keystone UNICO President Nanine Gramigna, and Dunmore Elementary Center Principal Matthew Quinn.
Pictured with coloring contest winner Mary Grace Brooks from Saint Mary’s Parochial School are from left: Second grade teacher Mrs. Shattin; Keystone UNICO President Nanine Gramigna; student Mary Grace Brooks displaying her prize and winning art entry; the winner’s mother Linda Marino Brooks; school principal Cathy Sosnowski, and Keystone UNICO coloring contest coordinator James Mack.