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LINDEN–Liana Altman, an eighth grader from McManus Middle School, and Marta Sliwa, a sophomore at Linden High School, were the two poster contest winners for the 2011 Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ) poster and essay contest. The two entries were sponsored by CCNJ members companies.

Each year, the CCNJ holds a poster/essay contest which is open to the more than 85 New Jersey-based member companies. This year, to commemorate the International Year of Chemistry, the main theme of the contest was “Chemistry: our life, our future”.

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The two Linden students were recognized at the CCNJ’s 27th Annual Spring Conference held in Absecon. On May 2, the first day of the conference, each winner was presented with a certificate and a $500 prize during the dinner and awards reception.

Liana Altman(middle), an eighth grader from McManus Middle School in Linden, receives the 1st place prize (K- 8th grade category) in the annual poster/essay contest from Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ) Chairman Brian Maurer (left) and Infineum Public Affairs Manager and CCNJ External Relations Committee Chair Liz Garcia (right) at the Council’s 27th Annual Spring Conference held on May 2 in Absecon.

Marta Sliwa (middle), a sophomore at Linden High School, receives the 1st place prize (9th- 12th grade category) in the annual poster/essay contest from Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ) Chairman Brian Maurer (left) and Infineum Public Affairs Manager and CCNJ External Relations Committee Chair Liz Garcia (right) at the Council’s 27th Annual Spring Conference held on May 2, in Absecon. (Photos courtesy of Infineum)


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