Perth Amboy Catholic School Students Win “Be Smart About Medicine” Contest

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Pictured left to right: Lizbeth Nunez, Antonio Feliciano, Alyssa Sierra and Jazmin Genao.

Pictured left to right: Lizbeth Nunez, Antonio Feliciano, Alyssa Sierra and Jazmin Genao. (Photo courtesy of Perth Amboy Catholic School)

PERTH AMBOY – Four Students from Perth Amboy Catholic School were winners in the “Be Smart About Medicine” Creative Expression Contest sponsored by the Coalition for Healthy Communities, NCADD of Middlesex County. They were honored at the fourth Annual Coalition Dinner held on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Middlesex County College in Edison.

Linda Surks, coalition coordinator and Steve Liga, executive director & CEO, presented the awards to Lizbeth Nunez, Grade eight, (third place) and to the seventh Grade winners, Alyssa Sierra (first), Antonio Feliciano (second) and Jazmin Genao (third).

The judges for the contest were Paul Grzella, general manager/editor of the Home News Tribune, Rachelle Burk, a children’s author and entertainer and Steve Liga, executive director & CEO of NCADD of Middlesex County. The students attended the award ceremony with their parents and siblings, Sr. Rebecca Piatek, principal,  art teacher Rose Pennyfeather, and Sr. Dorothy Sajczuk, librarian.


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