Mayor George Pradel, and Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall, will recognize the students whose artwork appears on the 2012-2013 Crime Prevention Calendar in the Council Chambers at 6:30PM on Mon., Oct. 1. Students will receive a special certificate of appreciation from Mayor Pradel and Chief Marshall for their participation in the Crime Prevention Calendar contest.
The 26th annual Crime Prevention Calendar was produced by the Naperville Police Department. The major sponsor of the project is the Exchange Club of Naperville. The Exchange Club sponsors many community events including Ribfest. Additionally, Naperville Junior Woman’s Club, Crime Stoppers and area schools again helped sponsor the calendar project, which is distributed free of charge to all elementary school students in Districts 203 and 204 as well as five parochial schools in Naperville.
District 203 Winners
Vivian Lo, Beebe; Isabella Nelson, Ellsworth; Katie Southon, Elmwood; Janelle Smith, Highlands; Isabel Olvera, Kingsley; Sydney Poole, Maplebrook; Lauren Bries, Meadow Glens; Michael Blaha, Mill Street; Abigail Szilagyi and Isabella Stocke, Naper; Eron Ristich, Prairie; Michelle Kee, Ranchview; Matthew Felbein, River Woods; Maggie Sedlacek, Scott; Georgia Pollitt, Steeple Run.
District 204 Winners
Claire Baranyk, Brookdale; Olivia Korensky, Brooks; Lauren Bertling, Builta; Valerija Biskis, Clow; Anika Dixit, Cowlishaw; Celeste Peters, Fry; Madison Moore, Georgetown; Amber Corkey, Gombert; Emily Opyd, Graham; Alyssa Villarreal, Kendall; Hetvi Patel, Longwood; Joanne Tayaban, McCarty; Kristyn House, Owen; Trevor Morris, Patterson; Kaylea Reyment, Peterson; Tahira Jafri, Springbrook; Joseph Ly, Steck; Kathleen Pankow, May Watts; Ashley Baka, Welch; Hope Cruger, White Eagle; Abbigail Schwake, Young.
Private School Winners
Emma Kash, All Saints Catholic Academy; Jackson Dunwell, Bethany Lutheran; Dylan Den Hartog and Joshua Van Drie, Calvary Christian; Leah Symanski, Saints Peter & Paul; Mauricio Ochoa, St. Raphael. Chief Robert W. Marshall, Bridget Ogan, Graham and Noah McAninch are shown on this year’s cover.
The Crime Prevention Calendar project is a community service project that involves many facets of the community working together schools, government, the police department, and community organizations. This year approximately 28,000 calendars were produced and distributed during the first week of classes.
A limited number of calendars are available at the Police Department and City Hall.Advertisement