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NASHOBA TECH STUDENT’S POSTER WINS DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S CONTEST
NASHOBA TECH STUDENT’S POSTER WINS DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S CONTEST
Posted on 06/13/2016
NASHOBA TECH STUDENT’S POSTER WINS DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S CONTEST

Poster Winner 1
Middlesex DA Marian Ryan presents Nashoba Tech sophomore Cheyanne Thistle of Pepperell with the award for submitting the best design for the fourth annual Poster Project, sponsored by Ryan and Middlesex Partnerships for Youth.

Poster Winner 2

Middlesex DA Marian Ryan presents Nashoba Tech junior Adam Rubric of Pepperell with an honorable-mention certificate for his poster submission in the fourth annual Poster Project, sponsored by Ryan and Middlesex Partnerships for Youth.

        WESTFORD — A sophomore at Nashoba Valley Technical High School won first place in the Middlesex Partnerships for Youth’s fourth annual Poster Project.

        Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan announced recently that 
Cheyanne Thistle of Pepperell designed the winning poster in the contest, sponsored by Ryan and MPY, among the roughly 80 posters submitted by high-school and middle-schools students in Middlesex County.

        The contest encourages students to create a poster that shares a positive message to teens.

        “This year’s theme was about empowering students to reflect on who they are and who they want to become,” Ryan said. “The posters submitted encourage students to write their own story and focus on self-discovery, confidence, goal-setting and good decision-making. Every student who submitted a poster should be proud of the work they have done to spread positive messages to their peers.”

         Cheyenne's poster, titled “Self-Confidence,” was selected as the top 
poster by a panel of judges that included art teachers, police officers, school administrators and staff from the DA’s office and MPY.

        Another Nashoba Tech student, junior Adam Rubinic, also of Pepperell, 
received one of three honorable mentions for his poster, “Walk Your Own Path.”

        Both Cheyanne and Adam are in Nashoba Tech’s Design & Visual Communications program. This is the second year in a row a Nashoba Tech has won the top prize in the Poster Project. Last year, then-senior Tristan Khim’s poster was selected as the winning design.