Grade School Students Design Cooper Levenson Holiday Cards

Cooper Levenson’s holiday cards this year will feature artwork from seven grade school students, chosen from hundreds of entries. The students, who reside in Atlantic , Cape May, Cumberland, and Ocean Counties, are winners in the firm’s holiday art contest designed to engage students in the arts as well as help raise awareness of the firm’s chosen charity, “Let Us Eat, Please,” which is highlighted on the cards.

Winning students receive a $50 gift card and a plaque featuring their design. The students’ teachers receive a $100 gift card to use for art class supplies or a celebration, along with a plaque featuring the card to display in the school.

“It is a privilege to honor these talented young people who shared the real meaning of the holiday season in their drawings,” said Kenneth J. Calemmo, Chief Operating Officer. “We know their artwork will bring a smile to everyone who receives a Cooper Levenson holiday card this year.” The 2021 winners are:

Viktoria Fluck, 6th grade, Evesham Township School District, N.J.

Carly Gioconda, 6th grade, Galloway Township School District, N.J.

Chrystal Williams, 7th grade, Hamilton Township School District, N.J.

Karina Baltazar-Ramirez, 5th grade, Hammonton School District, N.J.

Layla Bennett, 3rd grade, Little Egg Harbor School District, N.J.

Adleigh Whittle, 6th grade, Middle Township Public Schools, N.J.

Azhia Hill, 8th grade, Upper Deerfield Township School District, N.J.

The Cooper Levenson holiday cards note that, in lieu of corporate gifts, the firm is making a contribution to ‘Let Us Eat, Please,’ an organization that provides boxes of food to families who are eligible for the federal free or reduced-fee meal program at school. ‘Let Us Eat, Please’ will be providing food over winter break to students and their families in local schools where there is a high percentage of students in the federal meal program.

Cooper Levenson is a full service law firm since 1957, with 70 attorneys and New Jersey offices in Atlantic City and Cherry Hill. The firm also has offices in Bear, Del., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Las Vegas, Nev., and New York, New York.

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