Black History Month Creative Expression Contest winners named

Mar 14, 2022

Tri-Town Against Racism has announced the winners of the organization’s Black History Month Creative Expression Contest. 

This year’s theme was Influencers and Game Changers, past or present. 

Thirty-six students participated. Submissions included posters, mixed media art, videos, poetry, and an excerpt from a movie script. 

The team of judges had a difficult time choosing, Tri-Town Against Racism vice president Alison Noyce reported. After much discussion, judges chose these award winners.

First Place: Sophia Cruz, Old Colony Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School; Second Place, Jacob Patnaude and Grant Ashley, Old Colony; Third Place, Emma Andrade, Old Colony.

Honorable mention went to: Grace Long, Old Rochester Regional High School; Angus MacLellan, Old Rochester; and Ashton Bowman, Old Colony.

President’s award was received by Megan Patnaud, Old Colony.