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Knights Of Columbus Substance Abuse Awareness Contest Winners Announced

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Tom Walsh, Samy Abdelsalam, Debbie Boyle Credits: Victoria Caruso
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Debbie Boyle, Tom Walsh, Kaitlyn Adlassnig, Tom Pollock Credits: Courtesy of Knights of Columbus
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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Knights of Columbus, South Plainfield Council, #6203, awarded first place prizes for their annual Substance Abuse Awareness Contest to Samy Abdelsalam and Kaitlyn Adlassnig recently. Each student was presented with a $50.00 check from the Knights of Columbus who sponsored the contest.

The judging was done by Debbie Boyle, South Plainfield Board of Education President, and two Knights, Tom Walsh, Family Director and Tom Pollock, Grand Knight both of South Plainfield Council #6203.

The Knights of Columbus would like to thank Debbie Boyle for distributing the poster rules & entry forms to all South Plainfield public schools and Holy Savior Academy.

“We also want to thank the students who participated in the poster contest.  It is important to know the perils of Alcohol and Drug Abuse and these students expressed what it truly meant to them through their creative poster entries,” stated the committee of Walsh, Pollock and Boyle.

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