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Student Artwork Featured on Passaic County Calendar

Lydia Yang, who attends A.P. Terhune Elementary School, wins first place in annual contest.

Artwork that three Wayne students created has been included on the 2013 Passaic County Calendar.

Students from elementary schools throughout the county submited artwork of important or historically significant places or images in the county in the hopes of having it included in the calendar.

The county announced the 12 winners and runners up a few days ago.

Lydia Yang received first place in the annual contest. Yang attends Albert Payson Terhune Elementary School.

"The creativity of these young artists is inspiring," county Clerk Kristin Corrado said in a statement. 

Yang, and the second and third place winners, received gift certificates to Barnes & Noble. Each of the 12 winners received a medal, T-shirt, and certificate of merit.

The calendar will be distributed to schools, government offices, libraries, and other public buildings.

The winners from Wayne are:

Month Artist School January Lydia Yang A.P. Terhune June Victoria Galloza A.P. Terhune July Bence Forgacs Immaculate Heart of Mary School

Students whose work received honorable mention recognition:

Artist School Emily Marie Lobato James Fallon Hazel Hinners James Fallon John Forsatz Immaculate Heart of Mary Daniela Makowka Immaculate Heart of Mary Jaime Roberts Immaculate Heart of Mary Sophie McNeal A.P. Terhune

To receive a copy of the calendar call Corrado's office at 973-225-3690.

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