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Creative Design Students Compete in CRLS 84 Movement Anti-Smoking Poster Contest

Creative Design Students Compete in CRLS 84 Movement Anti-Smoking Poster Contest

The students in the Creative Design class recently competed in a CRLS Anti-Smoking Poster contest for the CRLS Chapter of the 84 Movement group led by Greta Hardina, CRLS Family Liaison. The contest guidelines included layout, design, and copywriting for anti-smoking public service announcements geared toward high school students. The goal of these posters is to reduce the influence of Big Tobacco at CRLS and to educate Cambridge youth about the dangers of smoking and OTP's (other tobacco products). The judging was based on originality and adherence to contest guidelines for each of the poster. The winning students' work will be printed and displayed around the high school as well as Youth Centers and Health Clinics in Cambridge.

The winners are:
Keisha Lamarre, Senior, First Place ($100 cash prize awarded)
Keisha Lamarre, Senior, First Place ($100 cash prize awarded)
Esmeralda Asprilla, Sophomore, Third Place ($25 cash prize awarded)
Jacob Brill-Weil, Sophomore, Fourth Place ($25 cash prize awarded)
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Honorable mentions were awarded to 10 additional posters:
Lara Butera, Freshman ($10 cash prize awarded)
Tyrell Moore, Freshman ($20 cash prize awarded) * (2) posters awarded
Sylvester Joseph-Dickerson, Sophomore ($10 cash prize awarded)
Jacob Brill-Weil, Sophomore ($10 cash prize awarded)
Esmeralda Esprilla, Sophomore ($10 cash prize awarded)
Callum Griffith, Freshman ($10 cash prize awarded)
Seamus Donaldson, Junior ($10 cash prize awarded)
Stephanie Walsh, Junior ($10 cash prize awarded)
Noah Zibello, Junior ($10 cash prize awarded)
See honorable mention posters >>