2010 Anti-Tobacco Poster Contest Winners

The Massachusetts Medical Society and the Massachusetts Medical Society Alliance extend thanks to all of the children, physicians, teachers, nurses, and parents who participated in the 2010 Anti-Tobacco Poster Contest. This year’s contest marked the 15th anniversary of the program.  Students with top submissions were honored at a State House event.

2010 Anti-Tobacco Poster Contest Winners

Grades 1 and 2:  Tobacco is Bad for Your Body

 

2010-Nestor

Liam Nestor, Grade 2
 J.W. Killam School, Reading

Grades 3 and 4: Tobacco Affects Other People

2010-Sullivan

Robert Sullivan, Grade 3
Dean S. Luce School, Canton

2010-Ahern

Madison Ahern, Grade 3
Deer Hill School, Cohasset

   

2010-DeSilveira

Delilah DaSilveria, Grade 4
Ferryway School, Malden

2010-Fraine

Cynthia Fraine, Grade 4
J.W. Killam School, Reading

Grades 5 and 6: Why I Won't Start Smoking

2010-Williams

Jacqueline Williams, Grade 5
Proctor School, Northboro

201-Huynh

Minhthuy Huynh, Grade 6
St. Patrick School, Lawerence

   

2010-Yuan

Kate Yuan, Grade 6
Wilson School, Natick

2010-Johnson

Samuel Johnson, Grade 6
Wilson School, Natick

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