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CLYNK Rolls Out Winning Artwork From Maine Students

More than 350 Maine students in grades K-12 entered the first-ever CLYNK for Art School Competition by creating artwork to inspire recycling. CLYNK, the Maine company that makes it easy to recycle and make a difference, recently announced the six winners:

Colby Frost from George E. Jack Elementary School in Standish Kayleigh Therriault from Mill Stream Elementary School in Norridgewock Maija Jacobs from Westbrook Middle School in Westbrook Ellie McGee from Mount Desert Middle School in Mount Desert Senna Bui from South Portland High School in South Portland Emma Jordan from South Portland High School in South Portland

Each student's artwork will be displayed on a huge, mobile canvas-- the side of one of five CLYNK trucks that pick up bottles and cans at CLYNK locations in Hannaford stores. Each winning entry was also awarded $250 to support school art programs. Visit www.clynk.com/art to view the students' artwork online.

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