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Celebrating the 2020 Public Works Art Contest! "What Public Works Means to You"
Contact: Public Works 650-595-7425
The City of Belmont Public Works Department recently held its inaugural Public Works Art Contest with the theme of “What Public Works Means to You.” Belmont elementary and middle school students in Grades 2-8 throughout the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District were encouraged to participate!
The Public Works Art Contest Committee, comprised of Public Works staff, received a number of impressive artwork submissions! After careful consideration, the Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Public Works Art Contest! The winners have been notified, and their artwork will be featured on City vehicles for an entire year!
In addition, the contest winners, including those who received Honorable Mentions, will be recognized at the upcoming City of Belmont City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom, check the City's meeting and agendas webpage for further information.
The following are the winners, including the Honorable Mentions, of the 2020 Public Works Art Contest:
Miles Kohara, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
George Smilovitz, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
Paisley Ho, 3rd Grade, Cipriani Elementary School
Daniel Von Tersch, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
Sara Afaghi, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
Matthew Edwards, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
Nathan Chiu, 4th Grade, Fox Elementary School
Congratulations to all the talented and inspirational young artists who participated in the 2020 Public Works Art Contest! You have all represented your schools, the City, and the Belmont community exceptionally well! As a community, we are all certainly proud of your remarkable achievements!