MFS Students Win Art Awards at Regional Competition

Five Moorestown Friends School students walked away with prizes.

Moorestown Friends School (MFS) students received awards in the 15th annual Deborah Heart Challenge and Art Competition held at Pemberton High School earlier this week.

On Feb. 24, Moorestown Friends School participated in the challenge and came home with five awards in the art competition. In the two-dimensional category, Delran senior Melissa Finnerty won second place for her work Flow. Mount Laurel senior Lauren Carney won third place for her piece Chamber. Cinnaminson sophomore Carly Teitelbaum also took home third place for her work Hidden Heart. And juniors Everett Aldrich (Burlington) and Carl Durkow (Sewell) both received honorable mention for their respective pieces Heart Health and Heartwork.

MFS Upper School art teacher Nicole Edmund coordinated all of the student entries.

The art competition is part of the Deborah Heart Challenge, which is co-sponsored by the Deborah Heart and Lung Center and Pemberton Township. It was started 15 years ago in celebration of National Heart Month.


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