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.
Keystone UNICO announced the winners in their annual coloring contest for second grade students in both the Dunmore Elementary Center and Saint Mary’s parochial school.
Recipients received gift certificates and their entries professionally framed.
Shown at right, seated from left are Dunmore Second Grade Elementary Center Students: Julia Mercado, Anna Jacquinot, Amelia Hinton and Smera Shrestha. Standing from left are Keystone Chapter president Cathy Gerard; teachers Sara Amendolaro, Mary Gavalla, Dana Cordaro and Michelle Walsh; Keystone Coloring Contest coordinator James Mack; and Mark McDade, Keystone Board Member.
Pictured below with coloring contest winner Keira Lalli, from Mrs. Maryelizabeth Shattin’s second grade class at Saint Mary’s Parochial School are, from left: Mrs. Cathy Sosnowski, school principal; Cathy Gerard, Keystone UNICO president; James Mack, Coloring Contest coordinator; and Mark McDade, Keystone Chapter board member.
Dunmore’s Keystone UNICO recently announced the winners of their Christopher Columbus Second Grade Coloring Contest in Dunmore.
Local printer and Keystone UNICO Member, James Mack, is chairman of this annual event. Second grade students at the Dunmore Elementary Center and Saint Mary’s Parochial School were given a picture of Christopher Columbus to color on their own at school.
Each art work was then graded and a student from each of the six second grades was chosen as the winning artist.
Mr. Mack then framed each winning entry and attached a $25 gift card to the frame. The winners were then announced and presented with their prizes in the presence and with the applause of their second grade peers and teachers.
TOP PHOTO: Second grader Anna Polishan was the winner of the contest from St. Mary’s of Mount Carmel Elementary.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Millie Crespo, Ayla Cantafio, Liam Haggerty, Chris Fortese, and Madeline Bennie, were all students honored from the Dunmore Elementary Center.