37th Annual Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk Sunday October 15, 2017


A Place at the Table for ALL

A Place at the Table for ALL

Monday, October 31, 2011

Heart & Sole and ART for Red Bank CROP Walk

1st Place RBR HS  VPA Studio Art 1 Group 2 
 Clara Osmont, Abigail Lashovitz, Nicole Povey, Natalie Russell, 
Mauree Dougan, Jannet Flores, Juliana Franco, Chris Marklein

2nd Place RBR HS VPA Studio Art 1 Group 1
 Whitney Dee, Samantha Cooper, Alyson Haigh, Kyla Robertson,
Olivia Schoenig, Anna Balto, Kyle Wainwright, Jorge Benavides 

Once again students from Red Bank Regional High School have created amazing banners! Art teacher, Mrs. Claudia O'Conner has supported ART for CROP for years encouraging her students to help us tell the story of why we do CROP hunger walks. We always look forward to seeing what her students imagine and create for us. Congratulations to all the students that worked together on these wonderful banners. Thank you to Principal Risa Clay for your support of our walk at RBRHS. We were happy to have you with us when we presented the trophy to Mrs. O'Connor.
Middle School Level youth group members of Red Bank United Methodist Church "Club 77" were awarded 1st place for the banner they designed in Memory of Sue Glossbrenner. Thanks for sending us this great photo! 
The artists - Parlin Gressitt, Phoebe Garside, Molly McGroary, along with advisors, Kathy McCraw and Greg Jansky, were delighted with the banner presented on Oct. 30 in church.  
We thank our Art Contest judges: Krista Corr, Laura Forest, Lori McCoy, and Mil Kobrinkski (all local art teachers).   Special thanks Tara Flanagan at Colorest Art Supplies (located on Newman Springs Rd in Red Bank) for donating the trophies for the banners.

Red Bank Primary has captured 1st place for the primary level banner created by second grade students from Rachel Mambach's art class. We welcome back RB Primary School after a year's absence.  Art Teacher, Rachel Mambach, and her students at Red Bank Primary,  are once again sharing their talents with the community. 


                 1st Place Chloe Hourigan                    1st Place  Middle School Level
                 RBRHS VPA Studio Art 1                       Owen Corrigan - Oak Hill Academy



1st Place Aron Wiener Oak Hill Academy
 Elementary Level
"WORDS CAN'T END HUNGER
 BUT YOUR ACTIONS CAN"
Aron is a two time winner! He also won a 1st place
ribbon for his traffic sign poster in 2009 which simply
said, "STOP HUNGER in the WORLD"


2nd place winners: 
Kallie Schildge Washington School Westfield NJ
Nikita Mikkilineni - Oak Hill Academy


3rd place winners: Caroline Kane (Connecticut)
Julie Sumski Oak Hill Academy




Honorable Mention winners too! 
Christine Raso, Anshul Agrawal, Victoria M. & Natalie S., and Maddy Denton all from Oak Hill Academy. Many thanks to student council advisor Mrs. Linda Vacca and her student leaders!


We thank you all for helping us to End Hunger: One Banner, One Poster, One Step at a Time!



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