BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — Students from Belmar and Lake Como showed off their artistic and mathematic skills in the Belmar Police Department’s latest Facebook contests.

Drawing their favorite at-home activities, Belmar Elementary School sixth-grader Grace McKenna took first place in her division category with a colorful rendering of baking cookies and cupcakes. And among younger students, BES kindergartner Molly Levis illustrated how she likes to spend time with sister Morgan for her award-winning entry.

BES fourth-grader Owen Coffey emerged as the winner in the Starburst guess challenge. His guess of 816 in the large container was only four more than the actual count of 812.

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During home instruction, the Belmar Police Department is holding two contests a week for Belmar and Lake Como children in prekindergarten through eighth grade. Winners can look forward to prizes that include pizza delivered to their homes, as well as candy, gifts cards, toys, games and other surprises — all courtesy of the department.

Visit the department’s  Facebook page  every Monday and Friday for details.

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