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By Tom Momberg

State Assemblyman Ed Braunstein (D-Bayside) announced the winners of his Halloween essay and drawing contest, open to all elementary school students in Queens in grades two through five.

“Nearly 300 students from schools throughout Queens participated in our Halloween Essay and Drawing Contest and I was very impressed with their outstanding artistic and creative entries,” Braunstein said. Braunstein selected a winner in each grade group, who each received a certificate of merit from the state Assembly and an Amazon.com gift card.

Jessica Zhang, who attends PS 115 in Floral Park, won for the second-grade contest. Sabrina Xu, who attends PS 203 in Oakland Gardens, won in third grade. Madelyn Brosi of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School in Bayside won the fourth grade contest. And Elicia Chau, who attends PS 94 in Little Neck, won the fifth grade contest, and is Braunstein’s first-ever repeat winner.

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