Judges review submissions to art contest honoring Martin Luther King Jr.


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Judges are pictured reviewing submissions to the annual Julianna V. Bolt Art Contest Awards. Winners will be announced at the 22nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 21, in the Mattioli Recreation Center on the campus of East Stroudsburg Univeristy. Entries were received from 51 students representing East Stroudsburg High School North, Stroudsburg High School, Pocono Mountain High School West, and Pleasant Valley High School. Tickets may be purchased by visiting esu.edu/mlk. General admission tickets are $40 per person, and student tickets are $15. Proceeds will benefit the Mary Gertrude Smith Boddie Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance to undergraduate students of color at ESU. Pictured are David Mazure, East Stroudsburg University associate professor of art; Joni Oye-Benintende, ESU associate professor and chair of art; Pat Lincoln, general manager of WSBG/WVPO, Connoisseur Media; Carrie E. Wetherbee, Middle Smithfield Township planning commission; and Wayne Bolt, husband of the late Julianna V. Bolt and member of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Planning Committee. Not pictured is Clavertis Miller, member of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee, who was also a judge of this year’s art contest. (Photo provided)



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