The artwork of local students will be on display at a reception Tuesday in Hammonton as part of a competition aimed at encouraging good driving behaviors.
The End Distracted Driving art competition, sponsored by the law firm Cappuccio and Zaorski of Hammonton, invited high school juniors and seniors in the greater Hammonton and Atlantic County areas to use their creativity to develop a marketing message aimed at their peers.
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Students submitted the artwork in October.
The winning entries will be announced during the reception 6 p.m. at Kram er Hall in Hammonton, 30 Front St.
The winner of the contest will be awarded $1,000 along with a matching award for the winner’s school.
Second- and third-place winners will receive $500 and $250 checks, respectively.
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For more information, call Tammy Maxey at 609-561-5005.
— Claire Lowe