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“Lock it or Lose It” Art Design Winner!

Congratulations to Maryssa DeVincenzo for being selected as the Grand Prize Winner in the Titusville Police Department’s “Lock it or Lose it” art design crime awareness campaign competition.
 
The winner was announced at the Titusville City Council meeting at City Hall on Tuesday evening on March 22nd 2016.
 
"Lock it or Lose it" is a crime awareness campaign that Titusville Police are implementing in the city to provide public education and encourage all citizens to lock their cars, homes and businesses to aid in the prevention of car thefts and burglaries.
 
Local 6th grade students had the opportunity to submit a “Lock it or Lose it” design. A single finalist was selected from each of the 7 elementary schools for a total of 7 finalists. Maryssa was selected as the Grand Prize Winner from those 7 finalists.
 
The 7 finalist were: Gisselle Jaramillo, Apollo Elementary; Jason Black, Coquina Elementary; Gia Grimaldi, Imperial Estates Elementary; Ethan Criss, Mims Elementary; Maryssa DeVincenzo, Oak Park Elementary; Jayda Davis, Temple Christian School; Brent Threlkeld, Sculptor Charter School.
 
All finalists received an art supply prize package. The Grand Prize Winner, Maryssa, will receive a police escort to school and a pizza party for her class. Maryssa’s winning design will be featured on a Cheney Highway billboard beginning April 18th 2016.
 
“It was very refreshing to review all of the artwork and seeing the participants' creative ideas”, said Chief John Lau. “However, the winning design was spot on with the message we were trying to communicate”, added Lau. 
 



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