Angelina Bolton

Cape Tech student Angelina Bolton won first place in the Earth Day contest sponsored by the county zoo and Board of Chosen Freeholders. 

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CREST HAVEN -- Cape Tech students swept all three places in the annual Cape May County Earth Day Celebration Logo Contest.

This year’s theme was “50 years fighting for our environment.” The students created hand drawn artwork incorporating the theme.

Suzanne Sykes, the advertising design and commercial art program teacher, stated, “I am so proud of all of my students! It is such a rewarding experience and a great opportunity to have my students participate in this contest every year. However, I must say this year was exceptional!”

Winners were Angelina Bolton, first place for logo printing; Jonathan Neiman, second place; and Caitlyn Tracy, third place. 

The contest is sponsored by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Park and Zoo. For additional information on the Cape May County Technical High School, visit

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