More than three dozen student artists will be recognized during Monday night’s Naperville City Council meeting for their contributions to the 2013-2014 Crime Prevention Calendar.
Mayor A. George Pradel and police Chief Robert W. Marshall will salute the students whose artwork appears on the calendar. Certificates of appreciation will be presented during the ceremony, which is set for 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Naperville Municipal Center’s Council Chambers, 400 S. Eagle St.
Marcia Schild, of the police department’s school resource unit, said 2013-2014 marks the 27th year of the calendar’s production.
The Exchange Club of Naperville is the project’s chief sponsor, Schild said in a news release. The Naperville Junior Woman’s Club, Naperville Crime Stoppers and area schools also sponsored the calendar, which is distributed free of charge to elementary school students in Naperville School District 203 and Indian Prairie School District 204, as well as five parochial schools in the city.
Winners from District 203 and the schools they attend are Isabella Siemaszko, Beebe; Riece Rivera, Ellsworth; Evan Mahler, Elmwood; Max Zillier, Highlands; Adelaide Fleming, Kingsley; Kennedy Marren, Maplebrook; Taylor Sawatzky and Keira Kelliher, Meadow Glens; Sofia Gut, Mill Street; James Recendez, Naper; Katherine Rose, Prairie; Angela Jing, Ranchview; Paige Lafferty, River Woods; Sonia Gutkowski, Scott; and Joyce Lin, Steeple Run.
In District 204, the winners include Aryanna Amin, Brookdale; Lyndie Lobdell, Brooks; Keyana Gloeckle, Builta; Ellie Hofemann, Clow; Crystal Wong, Cowlishaw; Blake Pietryk, Fry; Jillian Erskine, Georgetown; Aidan Oster, Gombert; Brayden Fagbemi, Graham; Anthony Anderson, Kendall; Allie Wieringa, Longwood; Kennedi Rivera-Baker, McCarty; Jamie Johnson, Owen; Amritha Barani, Patterson; Yina Wang, Peterson; Emily Liu, Springbrook; Macy Dickerson, Steck; Kimberly Hribal, May Watts; Paule Anne Casco, Welch; Adrien Mehra, White Eagle; and Sylvia Arostegui, Young.
Private school winners include Lindsey Urbanski, All Saints Catholic Academy; Corban Green, Bethany Lutheran; Tatiana Michel, Calvary Christian; Samantha Buckley and Benjamin Sayers, Saints Peter & Paul; and Katelin Chaparro, St. Raphael.
Police Sgt. Russell Wolf and Scott Murphy Jr. are depicted on the cover of this year’s calendar. Schild said about 28,000 copies of the calendar were produced and delivered to the schools during the first week of classes.
A limited number of calendars remain available at the Municipal Center and the police department, at 1350 Aurora Ave.