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School Days 6.3.15

 

By Herald Staff

Cape Tech
Recently, Cape Tech students in Communication Arts Technology program of study were recognized for work on the anti-underage drinking campaign contest. Students submitted three Anti-Underage Drinking public service announcements which were screened at the Cape Assist annual breakfast. Mr. Christopher Jones is the teacher of Communication Arts Technology program of study. Assemblyman Samuel Fiocchi, Assemblyman Robert Andrzejczak, and Freeholder Kristine Gabor were in attendance. Assemblymen awarded the students each a Joint Legislative Commendation, and a Certificate of Special Recognition. Also awarded were a Certificate of ​Honor from Cape Assist, a Freeholders certificate of Recognition & Honor, and a Certificate of Special Recognition from Congressman Frank LoBiondo.

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