EHTHS student designs new Faces4Autism T-shirt

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Submitted/Pictured from left are Egg Harbor Township High School FCCLA members Danielle McCormick and Victoria Mosca and contest winner Alexa Taylor. Submitted/Pictured from left are Egg Harbor Township High School FCCLA members Danielle McCormick and Victoria Mosca and contest winner Alexa Taylor.

The objective is to have all the schools in South Jersey participate and wear the Linked In Love T-shirts on Blowing Bubbles for Autism Day, April 1. 

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Danielle McCormick and Victoria Mosca, current members of Egg Harbor Township High School’s chapter of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, organized a design contest for the students at the school. 

The contest was to discover a new logo and T-shirt design for Faces4Autism, a nonprofit organization dedicated to education and support of children with autism and their families. Alexa Taylor, a senior of Egg Harbor Township High School, won both portions of the contest with her linked in love T-shirt and logo design.

“All the entries were really creative and I had a difficult time choosing the best,” said Isabelle Mosca, founder of FACES4Autism. 

Isabelle was so pleased with the results that she hopes to continue holding the contest every year.  The winner’s design will be used as the new logo and T-shirt for FACES 2014.

The T-shirts will be sold at the end of January and a portion of the proceeds will go to Faces4Autism. The objective is to have all the schools in South Jersey participate and wear the Linked In Love T-shirts on Blowing Bubbles for Autism Day, April 1. The day is dedicated to spread bubbles of hope and awareness. The organization believes everyone can make a difference for the children and adults facing autism. 

T-shirt order forms are available at www.faces4autism.org. More information about FCCLA can be found at www.fcclainc.org.


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