Ross Elementary School fifth-grader Allie Gujski’s
dog-inspired drawing is one of 13 winners in the statewide Pennsylvania Office
of the Attorney General’s Drug-Free Calendar Contest. Allie was one of 912
students from 140 schools across the state who drafted original artwork
illustrating a drug-free message in October.
The winning entries were selected based on the artist’s creativity,
ability to illustrate and convey a drug-free message.
In December, the contest winners were invited to the Office
of Attorney General in Harrisburg, where they were guests at a luncheon with
Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Attorney General Shapiro discussed the dangers
of drugs with the students. Each winner received a certificate and a $529
contribution to their Pennsylvania 529 College Savings Program, which is
supervised by the Pennsylvania Treasury Department.