Mayor Scott Galvin and the Woburn Historical Society sponsored its second Student Art Banner Contest

Mayor Scott Galvin and the Woburn Historical Society sponsored its second Student Art Banner Contest on June 4th at the Woburn Common with over 2,000 people in attendance. Some 2,300 student drawings were submitted by Woburn Schools, with 500 drawings being chosen and displayed either as banners along Main Street light poles or displayed in the upper and lower Rotunda of City Hall, with these students receiving a commemorative coin or a blue ribbon for their art work.

We would like to thank the Woburn Historical Society and members Kathy Lucero, Pat Hughes, Isabel Dwyer, Maureen Kelly, Mike Maher, Sue Ellen Holland, Sheila McElhiney, Clare Hurley, Bill Callahan and John Palladino for all their hard work and also many thanks to Brian Ouelette from the Woburn Public Media Center, Susan Thifault and the Woburn Art teachers for participating in this project, DPW Deputy Superintendent Len Burnham and John Lundin for installing the banners of the street poles and City Engineer Greg Rheaume for producing the layout of the maps for banner locations.

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