The Grand Prize winning entry in the 2016 Environmental Calendar contest for Macomb County third grade students, sponsored by Commissioner Anthony V. Marrocco, was submitted by Liliana Caruso, Monfort Elementary, Mrs. Kane's class, Utica Community Schools. Here she is receiving her certificate at the Contest Awards Ceremony held at the Macomb County Intermediate School District Building in Clinton Township on January 28, 2016.
Shown above are Commissioner Marrocco and the 3rd grade month winners of the Environmental Calendar contest depicting art work of experiences, real or imagined, on how they have enjoyed our local waterways and/or their behavoirs to protect them. The winners are, first row, from left: Merle Gordon, Mt. Clemens Montessori Academy, Miles Laessle, Plumbrook Elementary, Michael Warda, Wilde Elementary, Abby Jones, New Haven Elementary, Neila Cloven, Endeavour Elementary Wing, Logan Gatti, Huron Park Elementary ; second row, from left: Anajah Young, Bellview Elementary, Sante Gasperoni, St. Lawrence School, Jaiyla McGlaun, Steenland Elementary, Sophia Landsiedel, Erie Elementary, Liliana Caruso, Monfort Elementary, Skylar Weeden, Fountain Elementary.
Shown above are Commissioner Marrocco and the 4th and 5th grade winners of the Recycle Macomb County contest depicting art work to promote saving our planet and its natural resources by reducing, reusing and recycling. The winners are, first row, from left: Weston Hollers, New Haven Elementary, Madison Corder, St. Thecla School, Leah Welch, St. Mary School, Aubrey Burger, Sequoyah Elementary, Meg Barnum, Emerson Elementary ; second row, from left: Chawntez Evans, Steenland Elementary, Drake Webb, Jefferson Elementary. Not pictured is Jazzmin Evans, New Haven Elementary.
An overflow crowd attended the Environmental Calendar and Recycle Macomb County Awards Ceremony. It was great to see all the families, teachers and school administrators cheer on the winning third, fourth and fifth grade artists at the ceremony held in the Macomb County Intermediate School District Building in Clinton Township on January 28, 2016. Pop, chips, pizza and cake were furnished to an appreciative audience.