The 2014 FIRST PLACE WINNER, Jonathan Loesch is a senior at Parsippany Hills High School. He is an avid golfer and plays on the varsity team. During the winter, he enjoys snowboarding. Jon is hoping to attend Syracuse University this fall and pursue a degree in business management.
SECOND PLACE WINNER: Giovanni DiAngelo Nieves is a junior at Randolph High School. He’s always had a love of art for his entire life as well as a passion for games. After high school he plans on becoming a game designer and would like to open up his own game company. In order to achieve his goals, he hopes to one day get a scholarship to an art college.
THIRD PLACE WINNER: Patrick Hebert is a sophomore at Hanover Park High School. His hobbies include paintball, lacrosse, snowboarding, collecting new sneaker designs and dabbling in Adobe Photoshop. After high school he intends to stay involved with paintball and lacrosse, and study graphic design in college.
Judging of the art contest this year were Frank Druetzler, Mayor of Morris Plains; Melissa Florance-Lynch, Mayor of Pequannock; Christine Myers, of Mendham Township; and Adam Smith, Morris County Clerk’s Office.