Coral Springs Recognizes 2nd Annual Recycled Art Contest Winners

Coral Springs Recognizes 2nd Annual Recycled Art Contest Winners

Winners of the city’s 2nd annual recycled art contest {City of Coral Springs}

By Bryan Boggiano

The Coral Springs City Commission Recognized the 12 winners of the city’s 2nd annual recycled art contest at their Wednesday meeting at City Hall, located at 9500 W. Sample Road. 

For the contest, Coral Springs students or those who attend city schools used recycled materials found throughout the community.

“The contest winners took items that others might see as trash and transformed them into beautiful, whimsical pieces,” said Lynne Martzall, director of communications and marketing.

Some of the artwork included plastic-bottle fish, aluminum can monsters, a macaroni-and-cheese-box guitar, and a recycled rooster.

The city received 90 submissions through March. The artwork was displayed at City Hall in April where a  judging panel selected 12 winners.

“These students really unleashed their creative spirit for this year’s contest,” Martzall said.

The winners, by age group, of the 2022 contest are below:

Kindergarten through 2nd Grade

1st Place- Lucas Matos – Forest Hills Elementary

2nd Place- Myles Tulsieram – Park Trails Elementary

3rd Place- Ayanna Jaikaran – Westchester Elementary

3rd Through 5th Grade

1st Place- Mia Hansen and the Park Springs Elementary School Environmental Club – Park Springs Elementary

2nd Place- Samaiya Neeley- Our Savior Lutheran School

3rd  Place- Alissia Perez – Park Springs Elementary

6th Through 8th Grade

1st Place- Addison Capplis – C. S. Charter School

2nd Place- Kiran Goel – C. S. Charter School

3rd Place- Valini Goolcharan – Forest Glen Middle School

9th Through 12th Grade

1st Place- Isabella Palma – C. S. Charter School

2nd Place- Emily De Leon-Morataya – C.S.Charter School

3rd Place-Riley McCormick – C. S. Charter School

Send Your News to Coral Springs #1 Award-Winning News Site Here.

Author Profile

Coral Springs Recognizes 2nd Annual Recycled Art Contest Winners

Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan is pursuing his masters in geosciences at Florida International University. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.

General Contractor Handyman Services
The Bin Doctor
125 Shares
Share124
Tweet1
Share
WhatsApp
Reddit