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Fire Prevention Poster & Essay Contest Photos

The City of Shelton Fire Prevention Bureau held its annual awards presentation Wednesday evening. Full list of winners below!

The annual poster contest is designed to develop fire safety awareness in youngsters and to encourage them to take the message home to their families. It is administered by the Shelton Fire Prevention Bureau. Approximately 1,000 posters were submitted this year from , , , , , , St. Lawrence and schools. 

Each student who submitted a poster will receive a Certificate of Appreciation and a pen from the Connecticut Fire Prevention Poster Committee. Judging was held on December 14, 2011 with City Alderman and Shelton Youth Service Bureau as judges. All first place posters will be displayed over the next year at schools, public buildings, and events. The overall city winners for 4th and 5th grade, Reem Abdel-Hack and Liliane Wolfinger, have already advanced to the Connecticut State Contest.

Grade 4, 1st Place Poster Contet Winners:

  • Hannah Mussatto
  • Reem Abdel-Hack
  • Bobby Marcinauskis
  • Emmanuel Loumie
  • Jordan House
  • Sarina Rastogi
  • Nicholas Ciliberti

Grade 4, 2nd Place Poster Contest Winners:

  • Olivia Wong
  • Benjamin Gilmore
  • JinXia Lin
  • Megan Minifie
  • Gabriel Romero
  • Lindsay Giovannone
  • Michael Brown

Grade 5, 1st Place Poster Contest Winners:

  • Shelby Plotkin
  • Matthew Tokarski
  • Maria Curran
  • Hayley Tranner
  • Liliane Wolfinger
  • Stephanie Johnson
  • Hailey Rotondo
  • Grace Boles

Grade 5, 2nd Place Poster Contest Winners:

  • Edwin Maldonado
  • Matthew Stevenson
  • Damaris Cristofano
  • Justine Tadduni
  • Claire Santa
  • Justin Rodriguez
  • Joshua Sibley-Prusak
  • Kaylee Persson

Grade 6, Essay Contest/PSA Winners:

  • 1st Place: Ms. Kristen Supan's class, Student author: Kaitlyn Khachadoorian
  • 2nd Place: Mr. Dayle Gaudio's class, Student author: Lauren Pawlowski
  • 3rd Place: Mrs. Fenstermaker's class, Student author: Brianna Leone

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