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Students Create Anti-Vaping Message Calendar
Megan Anthony

Art work from Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center students is featured on every page - and the cover! - of the Clark County Partners in Prevention and Clark County Combined Health District Anti-Vaping Calendar.

Art work from Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center students is featured on every page - and the cover! - of the Clark County Partners in Prevention and Clark County Combined Health District Anti-Vaping Calendar.

You can pick up a free calendar at COhatch Springfield, Clark County Public Library, Winans Chocolates + Coffees, New Carlisle Library, and the New Carlisle Community Health Center.

With the support of a tobacco youth prevention grant, Gracie Hemphill of CCCHD reached out to Springfield-Clark CTC Digital Media Design Instructor Mary Leonard and Computer Graphic Arts Linda Cabaluna for help with the contest.

Congratulations to First Place Winner Victoria Baylor, Second Place Winner Madisen Pinkston and Third Place Winner Ti’Aunta Owens. Other placers were Jocelyn Allen, Bailey Baker, Clifton Cowart, Isagrario Gramajo, Emerson Kilburn, Cassandra Lovelock, Jadelynn Pence, Emily St. Pierre, Kaitlyn Stultz and William Wilson.

Check out the Springfield News-Sun article about this year's calendar and awards ceremony at https://bit.ly/3qo5Ygb. 

  • Computer Graphic Arts
  • Digital Media Design