Judging the competition were Freeholder Frank Druetzler, County Administrator John Bonanni, Morris County Housing Authority Commissioner Betty Denecke, Star Ledger Reporter Larry Ragonese, Executive Director of the Arts Council of Morris County Carolyn Ward, along with Morris County Clerk Joan Bramhall. He enjoys running track and cross country for Hills, and coding. She wishes to attend the University of California Davis. She is looking forward to attending college next year. Third Place Winner: Jared Redington is a sophomore student attending Morris Hills High School in Rockaway. The game will benefit Layups 4 Life and is sponsored by the Morris County Coaches.
After graduation, he will be attending business school in Denmark, making each day that passes by, one step closer to his life goal. Third Place Winner: Billy Lindstrom is a senior at Morris Knolls High School. Second Place Winner: Aayush Saxena is a junior in the Academy of Computer Science at Morris County School of Technology. Third Place Winner: Patrick Hebert is a sophomore at Hanover Park High School. Mark Schartner, the West Morris head coach, and Jefferson Township head coach Joe DiGennaro will coach the teams. His hobbies include paintball, lacrosse, snowboarding, collecting new sneaker designs and dabbling in Adobe Photoshop. The contest was open to all high school students in Morris County.
After high school, she would like to attend Rutgers University and have a career in media. Billy has a passion for business, health, and fitness, in which he chooses to pursue as a career in his near future. The Morris County Manual is a comprehensive resource containing the names and contact information of elected and appointed officials at all levels of government. There is no fee to participate but pre- registration is required. He resides in Randolph with his parents and younger brother, Aakansh. Congratulations to the following winners! He plans to study engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
He resides in Whippany with his parents, older sister Dana, and younger brothers Benny and Johnny and his black Lab, Holly. She plays softball and is involved in several clubs. Some of her interests include photography, volunteering, watching scary movies and caring for her two dogs. His hobbies include cars and golfing and he also comes from Denville. She plans on pursuing a career in graphic arts. Participants should head to Burnham Park Pond on Saturday, April 6 between 8:00 a.
She is currently taking two art classes and has been accepted into National Art Honor Society. Third Place Winner: Julia Larrabee is a junior at West Mendham high School. Ashley enjoys watching all sports and playing them even more. Lauren excels in mechanics and computers. Upon graduation, Stephen will be attending college in the fall and will pursue a degree in industrial design.
She was a varsity field Hockey player and currently volunteers with her church and students with disabilities. Third Place Winner: Tommy Dreisbach is currently a junior at Morris Knolls High School. She enjoys all forms of art, particularly drawing and digital art, and hopes to attend Art College after high school. He volunteers at Dover Hospital. The judges of this year's contest were Morris County Tax Board Commissioner William Kersey, Parsippany Councilwoman Loretta Gragnani, and from the County Clerk's Office, Lauren Esposito, Maria May and Laura Roberts. He designed the manual cover in his cartooning and animation course. Class size is limited and the 2019 class is expected to fill to capacity.
Second Place Winner: Hayley Conklin is a senior attending Butler High School. She has been drawing her entire life and will pursue a career in art. Once she graduates, she would love to travel the world with friends and family. He is also a lifeguard at Sunrise Lake during the summer months. Her hobbies are reading, drawing, video games and playing volleyball in her free time. After high school he intends to stay involved with paintball and lacrosse, and study graphic design in college. Morris 4x4 Center began as a means for Jeep fanatics to get answers to their questions and find the best Jeep Wrangler aftermarket parts and accessories available while receiving industry-leading customer service.
The contest is open to all high school art students within the county. He is a member of the National Honors Society and has had a passion for art and design since he was a kid. Third Place Winner: Miranda Scarpone is a freshman and honor student at Kinnelon High School. The systems will allow more minimally invasive robotic procedures to be performed at the medical center, which has completed over 8,900 robotic cases to date. He enjoys computer art, snowboarding, watching and making films. AlertMorris Emergency Alerts AlertMorris will allow you to get emergency notifications in any manner you choose, including phone, email, text, or social media, so you can stay informed during major storms or other emergencies taking place throughout Morris County. He plans to study and pursue a career in graphic arts.
Jared is also an Eagle Scout, a member of Wharton Troop 67, and one day hopes to pursue Military Intelligence as his future career. Father Patrick Paddy O'Donovan served as the Grand Marshal and led the. There were 116 entries from 4 schools. She loves art and would like to attend Fashion Institute of Technology and plans to major in fashion business. She plays soccer and softball for the high school. Each year, the County Clerk conducts an art contest to select a cover for the Morris County Manual. .
Jon is hoping to attend Syracuse University this fall and pursue a degree in business management. In order to achieve his goals, he hopes to one day get a scholarship to an art college. Katrina is planning to major in Education in college. He plans on attending college and pursuing a career in graphic design. Second Place Winner: Andrew Donahue is a senior attending Morris Hills High School. She is approximately 2 years old, 22-25lbs, and is a Feist mix. Second Place Winner: Kevin Roe is a senior at Hanover Park High School.